Our Favourites: Tile Backsplashes

Tuesday, September 12th, 2017

Although we must admit we are partial to full-height Cambria quartz backsplash, we also love the impact and texture tile backsplash can bring to a project. There are so many directions tile can take a design project, from understated to super bold. We’re sharing 5 awesome tile backsplash ideas that we hope will inspire you in your own project!

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We love the bold, graphic & geometric design of this art-deco inspired backsplash. The patterned tiles can be arranged in different positions to create either a horizontal or vertical pattern, which allows for versatility in placement.  We also love the way this backsplash is mirrored on the polished stone countertops for even more impact.

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These petite tiles have been arranged for maximum impact by the dual use of an interesting chevron pattern and a ceiling height install. The subdued colour palette and small scale allow this backsplash to add texture and interest without overwhelming the simple nature of this kitchen.

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These stunning patterned tiles evoke memories of days gone by in this modern classic kitchen. The black and white palette keeps these tiles within the tight colour scheme of this space. We love the traditional accent it adds, and since the cabinets and countertops are so simple these tiles bring a much appreciated dose of fun and heritage.

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These tiles are clearly the focal point of this small space. The metallic reflex of these tiles ranges in tone from gunmetal to copper and champagne. We love that they chose a high reflective tile in this space because it bounces the light around and makes it seem larger and more inviting.

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This last backsplash is for those colour lovers out there – a beautiful turquoise glass subway tile. In an otherwise neutral kitchen is the perfect pop to make this space feel young and fresh. Choosing a classic material such as subway tile is a great way to bring a touch of character to an otherwise modern very modern kitchen.  

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