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25 Eye-Catchy Herringbone Backsplashes For Any Kitchen
A kitchen backsplash is a piece that saves your walls from dirt and splashes and also gives interest and catchiness to the kitchen highlighting its style. There are brick, hex, subway and many other tile backsplashes, glass and metal backsplashes and many other options to realize but today we’ll take a closer look at tiles but not just tiles – herringbone tile backsplashes. Herringbone pattern is perhaps one of the most timeless things you may try for your kitchen, yes, it’s perhaps not a big trend not but it’s classics!
What Are Advantages Of A Herringbone Backsplash?
A herringbone backsplash will bring more interest and pattern to your kitchen and will easily fit many styles: modern, farmhouse, contemporary, Scandinavian and so on. Herringbone backsplashes can also bring texture if you take cement tiles, for example, or glossy ones. Let’s find out what types of tiles will fit such a backsplash in details.
a black farmhouse kitchen with white countertops, a herringbone backsplash with black grout and floating shelves
a bright blue kitchen in vintage style, with dark coutnertops, wall-mounted shelves and a lovely white herrignbone backsplash
a chic white farmhouse kitchen with a grey herringbone backsplash and white countertops plus gold and brass touches
a contemporary blue kitchen with white quartz countertops, a matching blue herringbone backsplash and touches of black here and there
a contemporary kitchen with white cabinets, a stained kitchen island and grey stone countertops plus a herringbone concrete backsplash
What Tiles Can Be Used For A Herringbone Backsplash?
A herringbone tile backsplash supposes a special type of tyle – skinny ones clad in this pattern as it will be difficult or unreal to clad such a pattern using other types of tiles. These tiles can be of various sizes and of different width depending on what effect you want. If you want a non-obtrusive backsplash, choose smaller sizes and if you want to make a statement, prefer oversized skinny tiles. Try cement tiles and not only usual ones to add texture to your kitchen – sprucing up a neutral kitchen with such a backsplash is a brilliant idea! You may also highlight the backsplash with contrasting grout or make it more hidden with matching. Get inspired!
a green kitchen with white countertops and a white herringbone backsplash plus floating shelves looks catchy
a light blue IKEA kitchen with white countertops and a white herringbone backsplash plus floating shelves is amazing
a ligth stained wooden kitchen with a slate grey herringbone backsplash and vintage black lamps over the space
a minimalist dove grey kitchen with a glossy white herringbone backsplash and brass touches is a stylish and chic idea
a minimalist light stained kitchen with a stainless steel countertop and a herringbone backsplash and a wall for more interest
a minimalist white kitchen with sleek cabinetry, white countertops, a navy herringbone backsplash and catchy lamps
a minimalist white kitchen with sleek cabinetry, white stone countertops, a white herringbone backsplash and copper touches
a pretty light stained kitchen with white coutnertops and a grey cement herringbone backsplash plus stainless steel appliances
a refined blue kitchen with a stained kitchen island and white countertops, a white herringbone backsplash and floating shelves
a refined contemporary kitchen with white cabinets and a black kitchen island, white quartz countertops and a white herringbone backsplash