Published at Tuesday, August 28th 2018. by Abigail Haynsworth in Kitchen Backsplashes.
I’m not sure where this backsplash obsession came from or whether or not it will ever end, but since we’re being honest, I should further confess that about once a week I like to hop onto Pinterest, type in “kitchen backsplash,” then spend WAY too time scrolling through backsplash porn.
Last, but not least, penny tile is a popular choice for anyone with an eye for vintage styles. Often featuring small, light-colored tiles surrounded by dark grout, this style recalls bygone eras and lends an air of classic elegance to any kitchen design.
While this won’t necessarily cover all of your backsplash space, simply using framed art is a great way to create an easy, bold backsplash. You can hang larger pieces of art on the wall. Or a super easy fix, try leaning a series of framed art up against your counter.
For a super colorful option like this, a cleaner, more neutral counter and cabinet color would be a great way to go.
Your options for creative backsplashes are just about limitless, and ultimately the only constraints on the distinctive backsplash you choose will be your imagination and your bottom line.
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