The 30 Backsplash Ideas Your Kitchen Can’t Live Without
From intricate and eye-catching to simple and clean, a backsplash can help you express your style in the kitchen. Get inspired with these 30 amazing ideas.
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Beadboard is a lightweight and versatile product perfect for backsplashes. Painted or raw, it really packs decor punch, especially when installed in a unique way, like the chevron design pictured. An easy DIY project, you can install this yourself in a weekend and with our guide on how to scribe for a perfect fit, you’ll be sure to have professional results. And for durability, protect the wood with washable paint or marine varnish. Plus: You need to see these 27 incredible kitchen storage solutions.
Who says backsplashes need to be a solid wall? With our guide on how to install a window, you’ll be one step closer to a kitchen that is light, bright and airy. Just be sure to check your local building inspector to make sure that any planned window additions meet local planning guidelines.
If the real deal is out of your budget, you can create the timeless look of tin with Decorative Ceiling Tiles. Easy to install, these faux tiles can be cut with regular scissors and installed with construction adhesive, making this a reasonable weekend project to tackle. Once done pressed tin backsplashes wow!
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Vamos Tile Premium Peel and Stick Tile Backsplash (6 Sheets)
Get the marble look on a budget with this peel-and-stick backsplash.
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Tic Tac Tiles Peel and Stick Wall Tile in Damask White (5 Tiles)
Get the copycat look of a damask backsplash on a budget with this peel-and-stick product.
Herringbone Vamos Tile Premium Peel and Stick Tile Backsplash
The pattern elevates the style for a more sophisticated look. We love the all-white version in this light and airy kitchen. And taking the backsplash all the way to the ceiling brings the final look up a notch.