Kitchen Tile Designs for Your Style

Kitchen Tile Designs for Your Style

Do you like things bright and bold, or neutral and minimal? When it comes to our tile, we have design ideas for whatever your style may be! Kitchens are one of the best rooms to play around with interior design styles. From the appliances, cabinetry, decor, and (most importantly) the backsplash, there are so many ways for you to embrace your personality throughout the space. In this blog we're showing off 7 of our favorite ways that our tile can enhance your kitchen style from coastal to Scandinavian. Read on to see 7 creative kitchen backsplash ideas for your style.  

1. Rustic 

Reclaimed wood has become a huge trend in kitchen woodwork, and with it comes a rustic look. This is a broad term that includes multiple styles such as Modern Farmhouse, Mountain Modern, Tuscan, and Cottage to name a few. The goal of rustic is to emphasize the natural. The kitchen backsplash below nailed the look with the naturally-occurring shape of Moroccan Fish Scales in an organic monochromatic range of earthy blue glazes. 

Want more natural glaze color inspiration? Check out our blog "Welcome in Spring with Bold Earth Tones"

Rustic Blue Kitchen Backsplash

Large Moroccan Fish Scales - 1013 Denim, 33 Vivid Blue, 21R Cobalt61 Navy, 23 Sapphire Blue. Interior Design by: Sticks & Stones.

2. Classic

There's a reason to choose classic - you know it will never get old! But just because something is classic, doesn't mean it needs to lack in personality. One of our favorite tile options for a classic kitchen design is Herringbone. This pattern has stood the test of time and adds instant elegance to any space. While you could opt for neutral, we love the look of this in a bold color, like in the kitchen backsplash below. If going more adventurous, add a few decor items that match that pop of color and keep the rest of the space neutral or bright white. 

This kitchen is in the home of our friend from Pencil Shavings Studio, who also has a stunning classic style bathroom with our tile! See that gorgeous project highlight with our blog "Stunning Sapphire Blue Tile Design for a Small Bathroom"

Classic Kitchen Tile Design

2"x6" Subway Tile in Herringbone - 1036E Bluegrass. Photo and Interior Design by: Pencil Shavings Studio.

3. Scandinavian 

Get your hygge on with a Scandinavian kitchen. This style is characterized by bright spaces that are cozy, minimal, clean, and filled with natural elements. When working with this look we like to use tile in neutral glazes with high variation. We also adore using our more geometric shapes like Diamonds, Hexagons, or Herringbone. The kitchen below mastered this look with clean and minimal decor, bright white paint, gold accents, and a subtle ombre in their tile backsplash. 

Love this look? Read this blog to learn more "7 Ways to Rock Scandinavian Modern Style with Tile"

Scandinavian Kitchen Tile Design

 Medium Diamonds - 11 Deco White, 130 White, 77E Grey, 60 Silver Lining. Photo by @foxhomesmn art by @colleenelizabeth_art

4. Eclectic 

Show off what's unique about you with a custom backsplash. Whether you know exactly what you want or are in the beginning stages of conceptualization, our sales team loves to work with clients to create their dream tile-  something that is one-of-a-kind and unique only to them. 

Learn more about this process with our blog "Creating Your One-of-a-Kind Custom Tile Project"

Eclectic Kitchen Tile Design

Custom Cut 2"x6" Subway Tile in Herringbone - Custom Colors. Photo by  @studio__bv.

5. Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern or MCM, is known for geometric shapes, strong lines, and bold color. This kitchen does not disappoint, giving bold pops of primary color within a natural range of color and texture. We love this blend so much, we offer it on our online shop - check it out here

This colorful kitchen is one of four tile installations we provided in this stunning Palm Springs Eichler home. Featured on Modernism Week, this stylish home was created by the dynamic HGTV duo Heather and Brad of Fox Homes. Learn all about it with our blog "Palm Springs Eichler Filled with Tile"

Mid-Century Modern Kitchen Tile Design

Medium Diamonds - Eichler Palms Blend. Photo by: @Eichlerpalms.

6. Boho

Embrace self-expression, bright colors, layered textures, and bold pattern with the Boho style. Our favorite tiles for this look are deep green and teal hexagons. The project below is a more minimal take on the style, but nonetheless offers a strong personality with the vintage rattan light, reclaimed wood flooring, and funky tile. 

Get more inspiration for this style with our blog "Bohemian Chic Decor Ideas for Your Home"

Boho Kitchen Tile Design

 Large Hexagon - 1036W Bluegrass. Photos from home's Airbnb page

7. Coastal 

Last, but certainly not least, a style we adore so much...coastal! This look gives the relaxed and fun vibe of a beach day, and who doesn't want that in their home? We particularly love how perfectly suited our Moroccan Fish Scales are for this style. We've seen it accomplished in many different homes from kitchens, floors, bathrooms, and more! 

Take this look to your bathroom with our blog "8 Gorgeous Bathrooms That Use Moroccan Fish Scales"

Coastal Kitchen Tile Design

Medium Moroccan Fish Scales - 11 Deco White, 45W My Blue Heaven, 15 Summer Sky, 1064 Baby Blue, 23 Sapphire Blue.

 

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