First impressions count. If you really want to make your kitchen design stand out, focus on one design element, like a nicely chosen backsplash, and you can make your kitchen look wonderful. And all of that without necessarily spending a fortune.

Remodeling an old kitchen can seem like an extensive project, but sometimes changing something of it up can make a huge difference.

Adding a new backsplash to your kitchen can transform the entire room.

In this article we want to share some kitchen backsplash ideas with you that vary in both design and remodeling expenses.

We really hope that this article will give you the inspiration needed to create your own dream kitchen.

1. This beautiful Farmhouse Kitchen features a stunning Arrabescato Carrara Marble Tile backsplash.

Clyde Hill Modern Farm House

Source: Clyde Hill Mordern Farmhouse by Calista Interiors as seen on Houzz.com

Photography by Heiser Media.

 

2. The stone tiles backsplash with an accent frame pattern behind the stove make this kitchen stand out.

Capital Hill Residence

Source: Capital Hill Residence kitchen by Enviable Designs Inc. as seen on Houzz.com

Photography by Vicky Tan

 

3. This traditional kitchen is a great example for a muted color scheme with beige and sand colored tiles.

The backsplash made out of granite tiles gives a structured look that is still put together and blends in well with the countertops.

Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc

Source: Traditional Kitchen by Jennifer Brouwer Design Inc. as seen on Houzz.com

 

4. This amazing transitional kitchen combines Beau Monde Glass tiles by Ann Sacks as an eyecatcher behind the stove and gray countertops out of Pebble.

Cherry Hills Remodel

Source: Transitional Kitchen by Exquisite Kitchen Design as seen on Houzz.com

This kitchen was designed by Mikal Otten. Interior design by Beth Armijo and Photography by Emily Minton Redfield.

 

5. A turquoise backsplash is the beautiful focal point of this traditional kitchen.

Brentwood

Source: Traditional kitchen by Jackson Paige Interiors, Inc. as seen on Houzz.com

Photography by Laura Hull

 

6. The highlight of this traditional kitchen design is a custom mosaic tile backsplash.

Kitchen detail of custom mosaic tile

Source: Traditional kitchen by Dayna Katlin Interior as seen on Houzz.com.

Photography by Grey Crawford

 

7. If you want to go with a colorful backsplash, check out the backsplash design in this contemporary kitchen.

Your kitchen backsplash can double as art and drop of color in the room.

Robbs Run Residence

Source: Contemporary Kitchen by McKinney York Architects as seen on Houzz.com

 

8. The backsplash in this lovely kitchen is a combination of border tiles and a different design in the center that is visually framed.

Parkwood Road Residence Kitchen

Source: Transitional kitchen by Martha O’Hara Interiors as seen on Houzz.com

Martha O’Hara Interiors, Interior Selections & Furnishings | Charles Cudd De Novo, Architecture | Troy Thies Photography | Shannon Gale, Photo Styling

 

9. Another great backsplash, this example follows the overall Mediterranean kitchen design.

Arcadia Residence

Source: Mediterranean kitchen by Wiseman & Gale Interiors as seen on Houzz.com

Photography by Werner Segarra

 

10. The backsplash in this Mediterranean style kitchen showcases a beautiful mosaic mural above a gas stove that compliments the marble counter tops.

3316 Residence

Source: Mediterranean kitchen by McKinney Group, Inc. as seen on Houzz.com

Photography by Tom Marks

 

11. The backsplash in this classic white kitchen is made out of marble tile with a decorative basketweave design over the range.

Classic White Kitchen

Source: Traditional kitchen by House of L Interior Design as seen on Houzz.com

Photography by Pete Maric

 

We hope that these backsplash examples could inspire you to choose a design for your own kitchen. Have a great day and happy remodeling!

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