Add a Little Texture to Your Kitchen with Penny Tiles

Add a Little Texture to Your Kitchen with Penny Tiles

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Nancy Mitchell
Sep 15, 2014
(Image credit: Regan Baker Design)

You're probably used to seeing penny tile in the bathroom — but what about in the kitchen? These tiny tiles are a great way to shake up your look, and add a little texture and pattern to your kitchen. Read on for some of our favorite examples.

(Image credit: Regan Baker)

Above: Penny tiles add just a little extra texture to a kitchen by Regan Baker Designs. The variegated tones of the tiles enhance the effect.

(Image credit: The Little Forest House)

A white on white tile backsplash looks especially nice with blonde cabinets in this kitchen from The Little Forest House.

(Image credit: Stone Textile Studio)

If you're feeling bold, you could try white tiles and dark grout, as in this kitchen from Stone Textile Studio.

(Image credit: Sarah Richardson Design)

Here's a fun idea, from Sarah Richardson Design: use just a few penny tiles for an accent on a subway tile backsplash.

(Image credit: House to Home)

And now for something completely different: a whole countertop covered in penny tiles. I love the coved detail where the backsplash meets the countertop — this is a bit high-maintenance, but seriously lovely. From House to Home.

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