Styles and trends
Backsplashes tend to be bathroom jewelry—where you can easily express your own personal design and add punch to a neutral space. Tilework is a skill, and the products available to produce interesting styles vary from recycled glass to metallic mosaics to interestingly reduce ceramics, such hexagonal and octagonal tiles.
Soothing Glass Backsplash
The proper backsplash can really help produce a spa-like environment into the restroom. Inside area, fashion designer Andreas Charalambous decided slim cup tile in calming colors of brown and beige, complementing the wenge countertop and drifting show boxes.
Today’s developers are using tile from flooring to roof into the restroom, and not only in the shower. This restroom features a striking blue-and-green mosaic tile backsplash that expands throughout all of the room. Design by Lori Dennis
Subway Tile Backsplash
A subway tile backsplash adds clean, classic style to a bathroom. Subway tiles are generally installed horizontally, but these straight tiles complement the high tap. Image thanks to Delta Faucet Company
Modern Glass Backsplash
A sheet of cup installed over a pale blue wall surface functions as a sleek backdrop with this modern bathroom. The cup both safeguards the wall and adds slight shine to your room. Design by Andreas Charalambous
Simple Mosaic Tile Backsplash
A mosaic tile wall surface in pale peach, copper and bronze adds artistic interest for this restroom without overwhelming a person's eye. The floating vanity creates a light, airy feeling and improves the space’s relaxing Asian design. Design by Joseph Pubillones
Exclusively Shaped Tile Backsplash
When making your bathroom’s backsplash, don’t think you’re limited by square and rectangular-shaped tiles. Tiles are available in numerous styles and shapes, from strong octagonal to elegant arabesque (shown here). Image thanks to Moen Inc.