Are you having a hard time deciding on a tile for your kitchen backsplash? You want something more contemporary, but “everyone” says that it’s best to keep the background surfaces neutral in case you decide to sell your home. Still, you want something with a little more life to it to make things interesting.[/ezcol_2third_end]
I have five beautiful kitchen backsplash ideas that are neutral but still add personality.
All of the tiles shown are from www.tilebar.com of which I am not an affiliate.
- White Subway tile – This is probably the most commonly used tile for kitchen backsplashes, but it never goes out of style. This example is beveled so it doesn’t look quite so basic.
- No Grout Line White Mosaic – I love this one. I have been looking for this exact tile for a while now. I plan to use it on my kitchen bar someday. Still basic, but has a little sheen.
- White Thassos – This backsplash tile is still a neutral with a little shiny kick in the detail. Just because you go neutral doesn’t mean it has to be boring!
- Primrose in White – Another mosaic tile but this one has a more graphic element to it while still in the neutral zone.
- Veranda Niveous – Made of quartz, this tile has mirror surrounding the shapes.
Refreshing your kitchen backsplash with tile doesn’t take as long as you might think (a weekend). You can use the more expensive tile as a focal point over the stove, but using the same tile around the entire kitchen will make it feel larger. And, as you can see, neutral tile can be more interesting when you add a little sparkle.
Your soul has a color. Let’s find out what it is….
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