Eye-Catchy Herringbone Kitchen Backsplash Tiles
Fishbone backsplash aka herringbone kitchen backsplash tiles is always trendy since its natural look supports an artful kitchen. On the other hand, they perform as a maximum of the usage area.
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Photo Credit | JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
Mediterranean kitchen design with gorgeous arches, custom-made corbels, thick butcher block island top, large format travertine floor tiles, travertine backsplash with subway layout, and travertine herringbone layout on the wall and dome is covered with travertine herringbone backsplash as well. So dreamy and hard to believe is real.
Photo Credit | Clearcut Construction, Inc
The ceramic tile reflects the light from different angles. Therefore especially for herringbone backsplash layout is the best to catch the colors altogether. This white kitchen seems a good friend of the Cobalt Sea white herringbone glossy and iridescent glass tile. A keen-eyed designer deserves a bow.
Photo Credit | Cantley & Company, Inc
Benjamin Moore Gray Owl painted light gray cabinets, white countertops, and warm color castle gate thin brick herringbone panel makes the best trio ever in kitchen remodeling. The tile master put a great effort to support the rough look of the backsplash which is double-honed and filled with silk color grout.
Herringbone Tiles Create For Backsplash Size
The 90 degrees rectangle subway tile is used for the herringbone backsplash. Unless the mini herringbone backsplash which is a square feet mesh is used any tile size is good for your desired pattern such as 2×4, 2×8, 2×10, 3×6, and 3×12 inches.
The Most Popular Herringbone Backsplash Patterns
Material Selection For Black Herringbone Backsplash And The Other Colors
Colorful Herringbone Kitchen Backsplash Tiles
By having creative thinking, they can also be started as horizontal, which provides an excellent illusion of the diagonal moves. This is a good trick for small kitchens to give a more perspective and spacious look.