Grey Kitchen Backsplash

Grey Kitchen Backsplash

This stunning gray backsplash makes a colorful statement against crisp white-lacquer cabinets and countertops. “The backsplash is so highly reflective that it looks wet and reflects so much light around the room,” says designer Samantha Pynn. To further play up the backsplash, she coordinated the gray tiles with gray living room decor, such as the sofa and other accessories, for an open and cohesive look.
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Grey Kitchen Backsplash

Beautiful, inexpensive backsplash Rating: I used this as the backsplash for the countertop areas that do not get wet. It was much cheaper than tile, yet looks stunning. I will be finishing the area behind the sink with a copper glass tile that matches perfectly with this product. I recommend you use A LOT of the tape that is included. I've had this backsplash for a year and a half and it still looks perfect. Also, very easy to wipe off any splatter. show more
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Grey Kitchen Backsplash

Nothing is more eye-catching than a sparkling mosaic backsplash. Designer Linda Woodrum created this kitchen’s focal point by combining reclaimed stained-glass tiles in gray, white and yellow to create a stunning, detailed backsplash against the entire back wall. The colorful glass tiles complement the dark wood cabinetry and the kitchen’s overall urban edge, while also integrating a bold dose of color to match the golden-yellow work island.
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Grey Kitchen Backsplash

The first thing you notice upon entering HGTV Dream Home 2010’s kitchen is the dramatic floor-to-ceiling backsplash in soothing hues of aqua and turquoise. Designer Linda Woodrum wanted to ensure that the backsplash was the star of the kitchen by keeping the cabinetry low and by using soft, subtle neutrals in the surrounding decor. Inlaid in recycled aluminum, the sleek glass tiles coordinate well with the contemporary stainless steel furnishings, while also lending a colorful and artistic element to the space.
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Grey Kitchen Backsplash

To prevent this Mediterranean kitchen from feeling ancient Old World, designer Sarah Barnard used a modern backsplash technique, embossed concrete, to add a contemporary edge. A wide range of imprinting tools and embossing skins can be used to stain, stamp or add texture to concrete, creating a variety of classic appearances. This particular patterned backsplash suits the rich wood cabinetry surrounding it, and it also blends well with the other hues and materials within the room.
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Grey Kitchen Backsplash

To add visual warmth to this urban kitchen, designer Tina Muller used tumbled natural stone along the walls for the backsplash. When paired with stainless steel appliances, white fusion granite countertops and dark-chocolate maple cabinetry, the backsplash instantly appears clean and contemporary.
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Grey Kitchen Backsplash

I used this as the backsplash for the countertop areas that do not get wet. It was much cheaper than tile, yet looks stunning. I will be finishing the area behind the sink with a copper glass tile that matches perfectly with this product. I recommend you use A LOT of the tape that is included. I've had this backsplash for a year and a half and it still looks perfect. Also, very easy to wipe off any splatter.
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Grey Kitchen Backsplash

To create a rich and natural look in this country-style kitchen, designer Joel Snayd used Carrera marble with a stunning pattern for the backsplash and countertops. The veins in the marble prevent the kitchen’s all-white elements from appearing washed out. Considered a “living surface,” marble can easily chip, crack and will acquire a patina over time, so proper care is essential to keep it looking beautiful.
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To create a sharp contrast against her modern white-lacquer cabinetry and Calcutta countertops, design blogger Nicole Cohen chose miniature stainless steel tiles for her kitchen backsplash. The metal tiles add an industrial edge and luminescent backdrop to the crisp white surroundings. Stainless steel backsplashes are eco-friendly, easy to keep clean and look especially gorgeous in contemporary settings like this.
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To add some visual eye candy to her brand-new kitchen, HGTV fan cc_insidearch used gold glassed-curved tile to create a basket weave-patterned backsplash in the cut-out of her back wall cabinet unit. With bright backlighting and a reflective granite countertop, the glass tiles’ iridescent finish appears especially sleek and shiny.
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In this contemporary kitchen, designer Erinn Valencich takes the glossy blue-gray backsplash all around the room to create a unified design with elegant and romantic appeal. The mosaic glass border, with hues of brown and blue, provides a sufficient dose of color and pulls in the scheme from the adjacent dining room for a consistent look that appears subtle yet captivating.
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A go-to choice for many homeowners, frames establish an opportunity to highlight a bedazzling glass mosaic or add a second texture or style to your backsplash. The simplest way to create a frame is by finding a complementary liner (which can be glass, stone or porcelain) to use as a border.