Featuring traditional Japanese patterns, these tiles from Made a Mano take backsplashes in a whole new direction. They’ve laid out different patterns creating a patchwork effect.
So many pattern options can come about even when you stick to a simple black and white color scheme. A graphic, zig zag pattern was created in this kitchen simply by laying the tiles out a certain way. The shape even mimics that of the wall shelf above it.
Using various Made a Mano rectangular tiles with patterns and colors, the tiles are laid out to create horizontal stripes up the wall.
To jazz up this mostly white kitchen, Jute Interior Design used zig zag tiles in varying shades of green and white to cover the backsplash.
While not technically tile, this chevron backsplash was created by Wilsonart using their laminates. The Calcutta Marble and Pearl Soapstone laminates are laid out to look as if they are expensive marble tiles. You’d never know they were made from laminate!
You’ll never go wrong with a classic herringbone pattern. Generally you see it on the floor but we love how they carried it to the backsplash and used a darker grout – it makes the pattern pop!
A loft in Hollywood, California is decked out with recycled skateboards that the Art of Board turns into art tiles. The bright graphics might not be for everyone but they sure are fun.