Kitchen Backsplashes Dazzle With Their Herringbone Designs

The distinctive V shape of the herringbone pattern makes it extremely versatile and easy to incorporate in a variety of projects, from a home’s architecture to its flooring or artwork. This versatility also extends to projects such as a DIY backsplash. The kitchen backsplash is more than functional. It’s often the focal point of the room and a perfect opportunity to introduce pattern and color into the décor.

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Embrace simplicity and choose white backsplash tiles. When arranged in a herringbone pattern, the effect is simple and elegant. And if you feel like it’s not enough, you can choose to decorate the backsplash with framed artwork or through other methods.

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Two-tone tiles can be displayed using the same pattern. You can even create chevron lines and thus combine two different patterns. The colors can be similar or they can contrast with each other.

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Another way to emphasize the herringbone look is by using grout of a different color. It can either be lighter or darker in order to create a contrast.

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The backsplash can go all the way up to the ceiling is certain locations in which case the herringbone pattern will stand out even more.{found on terracottaproperties}.

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Play with patterns and combine two or more. The herringbone lines can be complemented by simple, square tiles and they only be an accent feature.{found on rwandersonhomes}.

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The way the herringbone backsplash complements the straight lines and the delicate curves employed throughout the room’s décor is absolutely gorgeous. It’s such a simple yet powerful way to add interest to a simple design without even using bold colors.{found on le-sojorner}.

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The herringbone pattern is often used on wooden flooring so you can recreate that look with your backsplash tiles.

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A similar result can be achieved by using a dark brown color for the tiles, in which case they’d look wonderful in a rustic kitchen.{found on moonbros}.

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Light up your kitchen backsplash to give it a little bit of pizzazz. It may be simple and white but that herringbone pattern will look gorgeous.{found on melissalenox}.

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A marble backsplash will always look unique and you can enhance that look with a classical and simple pattern.

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The backsplash can feature the same color as the cabinetry and even the walls. In that case, try to add a bit of interest to this particular feature.{found on mhouseinc}.