Clad from counter to ceiling with durable chocolate-brown porcelain tiles, this kitchen backsplash harmonizes with the creamy-hue onyx and oak-veneer cabinetry. To impart the look of natural stone, the backsplash was edged with dark-gray grout.
Re-create a coveted commercial look in your kitchen with concrete countertops paired with a brick backsplash, dressed in extra mortar for old-house patina. If there aren't any Old Chicago bricks waiting to be revealed in your kitchen, you can use brick veneer to create a kitchen backsplash that looks like the real thing.
The veining in granite inspired the rich brown accents in this creamy-white kitchen. Shimmering shades of cocoa, chocolate, and coffee-color tiles cover the kitchen backsplash and coordinate with the oil-rubbed bronze cabinet hardware to create a luxurious traditional kitchen.
10 DIY:: Amazing Kitchen Updates on a Dime !! I love the light over the sink, the chalk board and the framed recipe card. I am totally going to frame a few of my late grandmother's recipes and hang them next to the sink.
With distinctively colored cabinets, this kitchen needed repetitious elements for a harmonious look. A colorful kitchen backsplash would have overpowered the robin's-egg blue cabinets. Instead, a salvaged brick backsplash coordinates with the terra-cotta floor, providing a seamless backdrop of surfaces for the bright cabinetry. The result is a rustic cottage kitchen, filled with warmth and character.