Roundup: Bold Kitchen Tile Work

Roundup: Bold Kitchen Tile Work

Jessica Tata
Mar 10, 2010

A fantastic way to add color, texture, and luminosity to a kitchen is in the tile work--whether it be a backsplash or an entire wall. Allow us to present some of our favorite inspirational kitchen tile images of late.

FIRST ROW
1 Old world tile from SICIS in a refreshing color palette, seen on Cococozy.
2 Moroccan inspired tiles from Dar Interiors with a contemporary glossy orange splashback, as seen on Living Etc.
3 Also on Living Etc., a bold canary yellow backsplash over the stove.
4 Walker Zanger, a great source for beautiful tile, shows this geometric pattern in neutrals that packs some punch without the need for bold color.
5 HGTV offers this image of an ocean-inspired backsplash made of recycled glass.

SECOND ROW
6 Becoming Home shows traditional subway tile in a beautiful sky blue color.
7 This cerulean backsplash is similar to the recycled glass look with a more saturated punch of color, seen on Mosaic Source.
8 Zimbio shows off this polka-dotted backsplash in 70s inspired colors, that manages to look fresh. Tiles from Stardust Glass.
9 Another backsplash from Walker Zanger and a south sea pearl tile from Artistic Tile, both seen on K+BB Online.
10 We love the injection of a bit of Southwestern flair into the kitchen (with light pink cabinets? yes, please!) as seen on Living Etc.

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