Backsplashes are built to be tough and a Glazed Thin Brick backsplash gives your kitchen, bathroom, or commercial space durable protection and a rustic yet refined look that’s hard to beat. Brick can be used in a variety of spaces and accommodate nearly any style you're going for. If you think brick can do the trick in your home, restaurant, or office, check out 30 of our favorite designs to date.
Reasons to Install a Brick Backsplash Using Glazed Thin Brick
Brick is known for its strength and lifespan and our handmade Glazed Thin Brick Tile is no exception. Brick has an impressive breaking strength of 626 lbs and glazed brick is easier to clean food and other messes than raw red brick.
Refined Rustic Style
The classic exposed red brick wall is a huge plus for home and business owners and installing a brick backsplash instantly gives your kitchen bathroom or commercial space rugged texture and distinct style.
Glazed thin brick can offer a similar historic charm with the advantage of beautiful glazes in 36 all-natural and lead-free colors to capture any style or color palette.
Better for the Environment and Your Budget
Glazed Thin Brick is substantially lighter than traditional glazed brick, resulting in potentially an 85% cost and emissions reduction.
Easier to Install
Thin brick is easier to work around obstacles and fit to specific dimensions since an installer can cut the brick with a standard tile cutter.
30 Brick Backsplashes we Love
Brick Kitchen Backsplashes
Matching grout makes this glossy Appalachian glaze really stand out on this brick kitchen backsplash.
It’s all about the scale in this contemporary kitchen with a White Mountains backsplash resembling towering granite cliffs.
Brick Shown: White Mountains // Design: Ramsey McDaniel // Image: Ramsey McDaniel
A herringbone backsplash of Klamath Glazed Thin Brick refreshes this kitchen while honoring the character of the farmhouse’s 200-year history.
Dark contemporary cabinets and bright white walls blend together with a neutral kitchen backsplash of glazed brick in Elk.
Brick makes a big impression in small spaces like this stovetop backsplash in San Gabriel.
San Gabriel’s beautiful color variation comes through in this kitchen backsplash with a vertical straight set pattern.
A horizontal stacked pattern and tight grout lines accentuate the size variation of handmade brick for instant old-world charm.
A ceiling height backsplash in white Lewis Range gives this Brooklyn kitchen a classic New York look with a contemporary twist.
Rugged White Mountains brick is the perfect complement to this kitchen's big exposed beams and wide plank wood floors.
This elegant grayscale kitchen gets a rustic accent with matte Glazed Thin Brick in White Mountains with matching gray grout.
Vertical brick in high-gloss Olympic is a perfect fit for a pocket backsplash in a bright white kitchen.
Olympic Brick also makes this farmhouse renovation feel lived in from the moment it’s installed with a clean glossy glaze that looks like new for years.
Perfectly matching the marble countertops, thin brick in Elk gives this kitchen a durable backsplash and one-of-a-kind handmade appeal.
A backsplash of Black Hills Brick blasts this contemporary kitchen with bold contrast against the white cabinets and modern amenities.
White Mountains Brick covers serious ground on the kitchen backsplash, window sill, and beyond in this brightly lit San Diego home.
San Gabriel glaze looks almost frosted onto these thin bricks hung with a vertical straight set pattern in this mid-century kitchen.
An open concept kitchen feels even breezier with bright glazed brick in glossy Olympic.
Light White Mountains Brick frames twin picture windows for a bright backsplash in a contemporary kitchen setting.
Brick Commercial Backsplashes
Brick Bathroom Backsplashes
This beach house bathroom nails the tones and textures of the sand outside with a brick bathroom in Big Horn.
Elegant brass and marble mix with textured Appalachian brick in this contemporary bathroom.
Other Brick Backsplashes
Bold like a well-aged red, this wine cellar gets a wet bar backsplash outfitted with Black Hills Brick.
An out-of-this-world outdoor hardscape comes complete with an Argentine grill and a backsplash in charcoal Bitterroot.
Brick Shown: Bitterroot // Design: Best Practice Architecture // Image: Ed Sozinho
There you have it! 30 of our favorite brick backsplashes for any setting or style. Start designing the perfect brick backsplash for your kitchen, bathroom, or commercial space by sampling any of our 36 hand-applied glazes today. Click here to get started!