Kitchen Backsplash Trends for 2017

January 16, 2017

If you'd like to refresh your home for the new year, the kitchen is the place to do it.  There's a reason the kitchen is the heart of the home.  For social gatherings, it's the most popular room of your home because let's face it, food.  Where the food goes, the people go.  One way to update your kitchen is to install or replace your backsplash and trust, it'll make a huge difference!

 

With that said, here is a forecast of backsplash trends for 2017:

 

 

ANTIQUE MIRROR TILES

If you're looking to up the glam, get ready to get swept off your feet by antique mirror tiles.  These bad boys have been emerging on the market lately and I am swooning.  They come in different shapes and sizes (subway, arabesque, square), regardless of which style you go with, your kitchen will feel ultra chic.

 

Where to find it: https://www.antiquemirrorglassshoppe.com/

 

Via Dominic Schuster Ltd

 

Via Susan Glick Interiors

 

 Via Lauren Haskett Fine Design

 

 

 

STONE & MIRROR TILES

The combination of stone and mirror will offer texture and elegance to your kitchen.  Rather than having boring ol' grout between the patterns of the stone, why not have a mirror border instead?

 

Where to find it: https://www.tileshop.com/search.do?query=stone+and+mirror

 

 

 Via The Tile Shop

 

 

 

WOOD TILES

If you love everything rustic, wood imitating tiles are a great backsplash option.  And for all the messy cooks out there (me!), this is a great alternative to real wood planks.  

 

Where to find it: https://www.flooranddecor.com/wood-look-plank-tile

 

Via PB Kitchen Design 

 

Via Arnett Construction LLC

 

 

 

PATTERNED CEMENT TILES

And last but not least, these babies are sure to add the wow factor for your kitchen.  People are starting to seek this look and its durability make for a great backsplash material.  These tiles are perfect for those who'd like a unique way to jazz up their kitchen.

 

Where to find it: http://www.cementtilecorp.com/apps/webstore/

 

Via Emily Henderson

 

Via Chad McPhail Design

 

Via Cyd Converse

 

 

 

 

 

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