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25 Neat And Chic Stacked Tile Backsplashes
It can be hard to decide which layout to go for when you’re tiling your walls or floor, but one that’s popular right now is the stack bond. By laying tiles on top of each other, you’ll create a pattern that looks both neat and striking, it’s a non-typical idea to go for as we usually see different patterns. Stacked tiles in the kitchen will make it look more polished, refined and elegant, even if you rock industrial style.
A stacked tile backsplash is a nice solution for many styles: mid-century modern, contemporary, minimalist, Scandinavian, industrial, farmhouse and others. You may go for a sleek look with matching grout or with contrasting for highlighting your decor and the pattern that is an accent itself. The tiles themselves can be different: subway, skinny ones, large scale square ones and many others, so you’ll easily find an option that suits your vision. The color is also up to you, there are all kinds of shades and you may also go for wood-inspired or marble tiles for more interest. Make a bold touch in the space with contrasting tiles or go for matching ones for a serene feel. If you have rectangular tiles, you may clad them vertically or horizontally, and these looks will be very different.
a chic kitchen in dove grey and light-colored plywood, with white countertops and a white stacked tile backsplash
a chic kitchen in white and stained wood, with a blue stacked tile backsplash is very stylish
a chic modern white kitchen with a navy stacked tile backsplash and borwn leather stools
a contemporary wooden kitchen with a white hood, white countertops and a white stacked tile backsplash
a contrasting contemporary kitchen with black cabinets, white stone countertops and a white stacked tile backsplash
a graphite grey kitchen with wooden shelves and a white stacked tile backsplash is very chic and bold
a grey kitchen with wooden beams, a black matte stacked tile backsplash and a metal cooker and hood
a light colored plywood kitchen with a mustard stacked tile backsplash and white fixtures for a fresh touch
a light green farmhouse kitchen with black fixtures and white stone countertops and a white stacked tile backsplash
a light-colored sleek wooden kitchen with white countertops and grey stacked tiles covering walls
How to make your stacked backsplash look more interesting and outstanding? Pair them with contrasting wood, go for contrasting countertops, play with cladding vertically or horizontally and with shapes and colors. Even if your cabinets are rather sleek, you may choose a contrasting color for the tiles and contrasting grout or go for extra large tiles clad this way. A stacked tile backsplash is a very non-traditional feature for any kitchen and such a feature won’t be unnoticed. Take a look at the ideas and get inspired!
a mid-century modern wooden kitchen with a glossy blue stacked tile backsplash and frosted glass cabinets