There’s a lot to consider when deciding the right tiles for the kitchen. It would be best if you thought about the practical side that will work together with a little touch of personality. Continue to read to find one or two of these kitchen
tile ideas that may inspire you. Mirrored Wall
For small spaces, mirrored tiles work magically to create an optical illusion which makes the tiny space more spacious and feels so much deeper. Also, mirrored tiles on the wall help to brighten the area, especially if your kitchen is not getting proper natural light.
With so many different options designing a backsplash should never be a tedious feat. Give your kitchen a touch of elegance by choosing a mirror backsplash.
Mirrors can also maximize light sources to illuminate a particular room or feature wall. This kitchen feels more spacious with mirror walls.
If you want to look super contemporary, colored mirrors are a good choice. The colored designs are available in a variety of color options, including smoked black glass and bronze, as shown here.
A super-sized mirror that covers one wall can look very striking, especially when reflecting back on a countertop or kitchen table that sits flat on it.
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Be bold and vibrant, turn the dull area behind the sink into an eye-catching focal point. Use two-inch square tiles, then mix and match vibrant colors like yellow, white, red, orange, and black.
Any chef will feel right at home in this colorful cottage kitchen with a bold and energetic backsplash.
There is a natural flow of patterns that are inconsistent in color to this kitchen backsplash. And the variations are beautiful, but they need to be skillfully applied.
Colored mosaics make a great focal point in this kitchen. The grout is slightly darker than the color usually used in glass helps to enhance the design by making the details stand out.
Kiln fueled glass leaves a smooth front surface for easy cleaning. LED lighting accentuates the texture and engraving on the glass.
Made from specially designed ceramic tile, cut, and Morrow glaze for every backsplash project, this design is inspired by Indian pottery.
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No strict rules, if you are a big fan of wood due to its exquisite beauty, you can also mix
tile and wood for the kitchen floor. Unique tiles combined with wood planks will give you a double stunning look that makes the kitchen everyone’s favorite area in the house.
The wooden planks form a hexagonal mosaic tile. It is eclectic, unpredictable, and gives an attractive look to any kitchen space.
Floor zoning using tiles and wood can be relatively easy if you prop the full tile edge into a fully linear plank, but again the trick here is to get a top level spot.
The combination of the two tile motifs, namely plain and patterned, looks like there is a carpet on the kitchen floor. That way, your kitchen design will never be boring.
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Sleek, stylish, and modern, add an instant update to those old tiles with removable wallpaper stickers. Made of vinyl-the easy-to-clean material, they come with various patterns and colors. Simply peel and stick to apply.
The melodrama backsplash with peel-and-stick tile is another example of how you can’t go wrong with the classic white subway tile look.
This repeatable removable backsplash in the kitchen shows that you can get that look and style really easy.
A Parisian kitchen style comes off effortlessly with a smooth white hexagon leather-and-stick tile.
You just stick it over your hideous backsplash for a year or two, and pull it out when it’s time to go.
The wallpaper backsplash has a large selection of removable motif prints to choose from, and inspiring images to get your ideas rolling
The chalkboard look has faded away in the design scene, but you’ll never tire of a well-executed chalkboard kitchen backsplash.
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Do not miss the area behind your stove, add porcelain mosaic tiles to make a statement. Adjust the tone of your kitchen to select the right color. The patterns will hide the nasty oil splatters.
This kitchen chooses to fill the space with Urban Archeology’s handcrafted glass tiles in variations of blue from aquamarine to jade.
Olive green mosaic backsplash tile brings out a holiday atmosphere, while greenery refreshes the room without creating a chaotic effect.
18th century Portuguese tiles cover the ceiling and walls, a 19th century French table surrounded by British chairs from the same era and 19th century French lamps hung above it.
This backsplash tile in this kitchen positively refuses to be ignored. Beau Monde’s glass mosaic in quartz, peridot and jade blends beautifully into a striking pattern.
Large mosaic backsplash with very bright colors. Glass and ceramic are ideal materials for mosaic backsplashes.
Circular shapes can bring a backsplash a real sense of elegance, as do this subtle and beautiful blue and neutral design.
This mosaic from Former Builds uses brightly colored circles on the backsplash to match the red wardrobe.
Either you want to
tile the floor, wall, or backsplash, choosing the right material is paramount. Select the material that is easy to clean and low maintenance to make your kitchen design last for years since it is a high traffic area.