Emily Vallely imbued a cozy cottage feeling into her parents’ midcentury ranch home with handmade tile. A soothing backsplash of 3x6 Ceramic Tile in Sea Glass finished with matching Quarter Round Trim, combines with nature-inspired Handpainted River Rock Tile in Green Motif to create a kitchen as beautiful as it is beckoning.
It’s all about the clean lines in this modern kitchen. A straight-set installation of Glazed Thin Brick in Columbia Plateau creates an eye-catching backsplash with a subtly rustic appeal.
With simple clean lines and a nature-inspired hue, this backsplash of 2x8 Ceramic Tile in Salton Sea checks the boxes of Scandinavian design in this marvelously minimalist kitchen by Hygge Supply.
One way to instantly add a contemporary edge to your space? A glass backsplash. In this transitional kitchen, the backsplash and wall of 3x12 Glass Tile in Dove Matte give off a dewy, barely-blue glow and a cool-toned modern vibe.
This kitchen gives “reach for the stars” a whole new meaning thanks to our handmade tile. Specialty shape Large Star and Cross in matte Mustard Seed infuses a retro feel with attractive contrasting grout outlining the sunny shapes with a cheerful effect.
Put a fresh spin on a classic color combination with specialty tile. In this modern traditional kitchen, a lattice-like backsplash of Picket Tile in cool blue Caribbean adds eye-catching visual interest and an attractive pop of color among the white cabinets and neutral countertop.
Evoke the motion of the ocean with handmade tile. A combination of Ceramic Wave Tile in Rosemary, Cardamom, Sand Dune, and Frost creates a patchwork ripple effect on this contemporary kitchen backsplash that will leave you mesmerized.
Come for the inviting design, stay for how the golden hour glow brings handmade tile to life. Sage green cabinets work perfectly with the backsplash clad in warm white Tusk, making every aspect of this modern craftsman kitchen radiate with charm.
Pattern play with contrasting colors helped tie two distinct design styles together on the HGTV show Mash-Up Our Home. Designers Kele Dobrinski and Christina Valencia used Glazed Thin Brick in White Mountains and Columbia Plateau on the kitchen backsplash to marry the Mission and Tudor styles, for a uniquely inviting result.
Thin brick, high impact. This kitchen gets a textural makeover courtesy of designer Kim Wolfe, host of HGTV’s ‘Why The Heck Did I Buy This House?’, who grounded the airy space of her recently revived 1929 home with an earthy-pink backsplash made from Glazed Thin Brick in Zion.
It’s all about the flower power in this new traditional kitchen. A backsplash of Handpainted Sintra Tile in a custom colorway of Tusk, Driftwood, and Dusty Blue provides a perennial take on florals that leaves a lasting impression.
Designer Camille Lai made magic happen with this galley kitchen transformation. Out went the bulky cabinetry, in came open shelves and walls clad with Glazed Thin Brick in glossy white Lewis Range to create a bright and open space with no shortage of visual interest.