Bright, timeless, and endlessly versatile, you can never go wrong with white kitchen tile. So why settle for the same old styles? We’re giving white tile a fresh perspective with some of our favorite white tile trends that go beyond the status quo. Let’s kick things off with this lovely fishscale tile backsplash. Want it? Our Ogee drop tile in White Gloss makes it yours. For more inspiration, check out our White Kitchen Tile Pinterest Board.
Shape It Up
Like the Ogee Drop, any tile shape will work with white. It gives designs just the subtlety you want without sacrificing on the “wow” factor. This Picket-inspired kitchen backsplash instantly catches our eye but still manages to blend in with the rest of the space.
Hexagon tile will never go out of style. Try oversized hexagons like this bright white kitchen’s backsplash to give it extra impact.
Say Hello to Handpainted
The hottest white tile trend this season? Handpainted tile. It’s like having an art installation in your kitchen, and is the perfect way to punch up a white color palette. One of our favorite white handpainted tile projects? This Kasbah Trellis dream.
If your style is more organic and subtle, our Handpainted River Rock design in Neutral Motif is right up your alley. It looks especially lovely with midcentury modern-style kitchens.
One of our latest tile projects, this playful Diamond Contour Kitchen by Pennington Studios manages to find the perfect balance between palette and pattern.
Spicing Up Subway Tile
In the end, you can always do right with white subway tile. You can still make bold design choices with this classic pattern. Consider extending subway tile to the ceiling (and beyond) or pairing it with a bold paint color.
We just love how unique this kitchen is, complete with a cozy fireplace adorned with white subway tile.
If you're looking for a white subway tile alternative, consider our glazed white brick. Designers love it for the texture and industrial aesthetic it brings to a space.
Want to work with white? Order color samples online to see what shade and material works best for your project. Need some help? Simply chat, call or fill out our Design Assistance Form and one of our talented Design Consultants will get back to you shortly.