Colorful Kitchen Ideas For The Backsplashes

Thinking about an idea for some new style in the kitchen? What do you think about the new modern colorful kitchen ideas? Perhaps you like a colorful kitchen but don’t like to see much color there; the best idea is to put colorful kitchen backsplash as explained in the gallery below.

Gallery of Colorful Kitchen Ideas for The Backsplashes

Picture One: Mosaic Magic

Mosaic Magic

Mosaic Magic

A backsplash set in shimmering mosaic tiles adds a splash of style to this beachy kitchen. The small scale of the tiles adds a subtle texture, while a random pattern of beige, cream, and blue recalls the colors of surf and sand. Two bands of narrow light blue tiles separate the backsplash into three segments, preventing the tiny tiles from overwhelming the space.

Picture Two: All Warmed Up

All Warmed Up

All Warmed Up

Although neutrals are decorating staples, and favorites for kitchens, it’s important to add interesting elements to prevent neutral motifs from falling flat. Here, a scarlet red backsplash adds a touch of style and plenty of contrast to warm up cool gray walls and cabinetry. A backsplash of mesquite wood tiles not only looks great but also lends unexpected natural texture.

Picture Three: Design Inspiration

Design Inspiration

Design Inspiration

Sometimes backsplash tiles can provide inspiration for the rest of the cooking space. Playful yellow ceramic tiles featuring yellow diamonds and green swirls inspired this kitchen’s bold colors and cheerful aesthetic. To match the tile’s yellow hue, the base cabinets were painted mustard yellow. The warm off-white color of the upper cabinetry keeps the bold yellow from overpowering the room.

Picture Four: Backsplash Color Inspiration

Backsplash Color Inspiration

Backsplash Color Inspiration

If you have wood cabinets in your kitchen, use their finish or stain as a starting point for choosing a backsplash color. The orange undertones of these high-gloss, modern-style cabinets are drawn out in the orange-base mosaic tiles in the backsplash. Variegated hues and a mix of darker and more saturated orange tiles add just the right amount of contrast. For a thoroughly modern spin, rectangles of silvery-gray tiles punctuate the backsplash.

Picture Five: It’s Easy Being Green\

It's Easy Being Green

It’s Easy Being Green

This bold behind-the-range backsplash coordinates with the bright green kitchen island and accessories throughout the room. The natural color variations in the tiles blend with the wood finish of surrounding cabinetry and rustic feel of the nearby island. An entire backsplash of the glazed green tiles might have overwhelmed the space. Using the material only behind the range strikes just the right balance between eye-catching and demure.

Picture Six: Glass Block Backsplash

Glass Block Backsplash

Glass Block Backsplash

This backsplash is both stylish and eco-friendly. The tiles were created from glass that would have otherwise ended up in a landfill. A random arrangement of blue, yellow, and green tiles adds visual energy to the room and provides a dramatic pop of color to the kitchen’s predominantly neutral hues. Installed in an area above the range, the tiles create an eye-catching focal point for the cooking area without overpowering the entire room.

Colorful kitchen ideas can play in some ways; painting the walls, floor tiles, choosing the colorful appliances and also colorful backsplashes. If you like colorful place but not too many colors, choosing colorful backsplashes can be the nice option for you.