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.
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.
A white on white tile backsplash looks especially nice with blonde cabinets in this kitchen from The Little Forest House.
If you're feeling bold, you could try white tiles and dark grout, as in this kitchen from Stone Textile Studio.
Here's a fun idea, from Sarah Richardson Design: use just a few penny tiles for an accent on a subway tile backsplash.
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.