Here’s How to Fake the Look of Keke Palmer’s Geometric Kitchen Backsplash

updated Mar 12, 2021
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Keke Palmer attends the IFP's 29th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards at Cipriani Wall Street on December 02, 2019 in New York City.
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Keke Palmer recently took to Instagram with a humorous new reel video that she shared with her 10 million followers. Palmer can be seen deliberating over what to eat with angel and devil versions of herself on her shoulders — but it’s hard not to notice the gorgeous geometric kitchen backsplash the entire time.

The Instagram reel was posted on March 10, captioned “Yes, there is a such thing as too many cooks in the kitchen!!!!!.” Aside from the extremely relatable skit, one of the standout aspects of the video was the backsplash that perfectly contrasts with Palmer’s classic wooden cabinets and sleek metallic hardware that can be seen in the rest of the kitchen.


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With its geometric design, the enviable backsplash adds a unique and eclectic tone to Palmer’s kitchen. Palmer’s backsplash features timeless colors — various shades of grays — that easily complement the rest of the space.

You can easily steal Palmer’s look by giving your kitchen a modern makeover during your next do-it-yourself day. By using a roll of vinyl wallpaper, such as this geometric peel and stick wallpaper above, you can quickly transform your backsplash area, adding a touch of character and a splash (pardon the pun) of color to the space.

Vinyl wallpapers are simple to use and can be applied to smooth and flat surfaces, allowing for paste-free application and easy removal. What’s more, in most cases, they are also self-adhesive, meaning a backsplash update is the perfect home project without the fuss for even those least experienced DIYers amongst us.

A big thanks to Palmer for the backsplash inspiration (and the reminder that a snack is needed while tackling this project).