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25 Timeless And Chic Marble Kitchen Backsplashes
Marble is a timeless material that brings a luxurious and refined feel to any space and makes it wow. As it’s a very durable and easily washable material, it’s often used in practical spaces – bathrooms and kitchens. Today I’d like to share some ideas to add a touch of refined chic to the kitchen going for a kitchen backsplash.
Marble Kitchen Backsplashes
Marble is a very expensive material, and if you can afford it, it’s an amazing investment to raise your kitchen to a new level. Marble will fit many kitchen styles: farmhouse, modern, minimalist, art deco, contemporary, industrial and many others. You can rock various shades of marble: grey, black, white, green and others, with various veining that will fit your décor and your space. If you want a cohesive look, prefer a marble backsplash that matches your cabinets and if you want to make your backsplash stand out, go for a contrasting one. You can continue adding luxury to the kitchen going for marble countertops and even a kitchen island – they will produce a real wow effect.
a chic contemporary kitchen with neutral cabinets, a grey kitchen backsplash and countertops and touches of gold for more chic
a contemporary white and black kitchen with white marble countertops and a backsplash plus open shelving is wow
an art deco kitchen with grey and white cabinets, a metal hood, touches of gold and white marble countertops and a backsplash
an elegant and contrasting black kitchen with a white countertop and a white marble backsplash plus open shelving
an elegant white kitchen with chic cabinets, gold touches and a white marble backsplash for a refined touch
Marble Tile Kitchen Backsplashes
If you can’t afford real marble, that’s not an issue – rock marble tiles! They come in various sizes, shapes, shades and looks and can be also used for kitchens in various styles but they are more often used in mid-century modern, art deco and farmhouse spaces. Tiles are usually easier to install, you can even do it yourself, which means cutting costs. You can highlight your marble tiles with trendy metallic grout if you want to give them an edge.
a catchy modern white kitchen with a marble tile backsplash, open shelving and touches of gold for more chic and elegance
a farmhouse kitchen in graphite grey and white, with gold touches, wooden shelves and a catchy marble tile backsplash
a grey farmhouse kitchen with a white countertop and a grey marble tile backsplash plus some touches of gold
a neutral farmhouse kitchen with white cabinets, a wooden countertop and a marble tile backsplash plus a catchy pendant lamp
a stylish two-tone kitchen in grey and white, with brass abnd gold touches and a chic marble tile backsplash
a white farmhouse kitchen with a marble tile backsplash, a white countertop and neutral fixtures for a cohesive feel