Backsplashes are not just a necessity to keep your kitchen walls clean. They also add a unique design touch to a space you’re going to spend a whole lot of time in. From bold pops of color to graphic patterns, the backsplash you choose can take your kitchen to a whole new level. Long gone are the days where you had limited options of backsplash to pick. Your kitchen backsplash is now another opportunity to reflect your style. When you build with Homewood you have the opportunity to work with an in-house designer to create the perfect space that does just that. We put together some of our favorite backsplash ideas to inspire you!
Brick BacksplashBrick is a timeless material that gives a homey, vintage feel. Exposed brick in a home is key to achieving an industrial design look. The warmth of the brick backsplash emulates the hearth-like stove oven, think small little Italian bistro! The rich tones work well to blend light-colored cabinetry with dark wood trim.
Subway Tile BacksplashThis classic backsplash idea doesn’t have to be boring. Subway tile gives kitchens a professional and established look. The flat, clean lines with perfect geometry stand as a blank slate for your kitchen items to stand out. You can get creative with color, size and height of the subway tile and it pairs with most design trends including modern farmhouse, minimalist and traditional.
Stone BacksplashThe organic lines, texture and differing tones pair well with the total home decor of a Scandinavian style home. Experience hygge and feel the warmth of the candlelight that bounces off the stone. The imperfections and color variation of natural stone creates interest to anyone entering your kitchen.
Mosaic Tile BacksplashColor and patterns can add a sense of whimsy to any home. This backsplash idea has been used for over 5000 years and is where random and alternating colors meet clean lines and flat texture. The result is subtle styling that people can’t look away from. Diamonds, rectangles, hexagons, or ovals give you the same effect with just enough of a twist to make it unique. With non-square tiles, you have the option to change the layout a bit with vertical and horizontal placement of tiles.
The kitchen is often the focal piece of a home. The aesthetic features of your kitchen shouldn’t be overlooked. After you’ve picked your appliances, found an accent rug and chosen the perfect cabinets, it’s time to explore this backsplash ideas with one of Homewood’s in-house designers. Ready to build your dream home, contact a sales representative today or fill out the form below.
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