Backsplashes can really make a fun impact and although we love simple patterns to help us bring in color we also love patterns that make a statement. The best part is no matter the style of your kitchen, there is something out there for you!

Glass and Stainless Steel Linear Backsplash
Glass and Stainless Steel Linear Backsplash

This linear backsplash has stainless steel tiles in it to make it feel modern and match the appliances and hardware, while the varied tile lengths create interest.

Mother of Pearl Square Backsplash
Mother of Pearl Square Backsplash

This lovely backsplash has a simple shape but really makes this kitchen feel glamorous with its natural shimmer!

Mother of Pearl Square Backsplash
Mother of Pearl Square Backsplash
Glass Brick-Style Backsplash
Glass Brick-Style Backsplash

These coordinating backsplashes were installed on opposite walls of the kitchen and create interest through their different patterns but maintain the calming color palette. The different textures of the glass and stone highlight two separate work zones while creating a unified kitchen.

Glass Square Backsplash
Glass Square Backsplash
Porcelain Tile "Tufted" with Small Glass Tiles
Porcelain Tile “Tufted” with Small Glass Tiles

This fun twist on a traditional diamond pattern may have cost extra in labor but was worth the effort for this chic but traditional result.

Porcelain Tile "Tufted" with Small Glass Tiles
Porcelain Tile “Tufted” with Small Glass Tiles
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Diamond Pattern Range Backsplash

Here we see a traditional diamond pattern with a smaller square tile. This gave us an opportunity to bring in another color and the miniature square tile trim really highlights this feature over the range.

Linear Porcelain Tiles Laid in Herringbone Pattern
Linear Porcelain Tiles Laid in Herringbone Pattern

Another way to add interest over the range is to use pattern and color to really add something special, like shown here with the herringbone pattern. This was a fun way to use a more modern linear tile and feel fresh in a traditional home.

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What’s your favorite tile pattern?

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  1. Do you have a “how to” for the tufted tile backsplash? Or at least where to buy the needed materials? I love that look!!

    1. Hi Deena,
      Thanks for reading our blog! This project was really inexpensive in product, but a lot of work for the installer. You can use any square tile- 4X4 or 6X6, plan to install them “on point”- which some people would say diamond formation. Then we only needed two sheets of a 1X1 glass tile to create the look. The trick is, the tile installer had to clip/cut every corner off during the installation and insert one glass tile from the mesh. We used a very standard tile and bought extra for breaks. This will take time, but it is a great look! We purchased our products through a trade source- ProSource. Would love to see pictures when you finish your backsplash! Have a great day! ~Rose

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