Farmhouse Kitchen Backsplash Ideas
Farmhouse kitchen backsplashes are an important design element in any kitchen and contribute to the over-overall appearance. A backsplash can take a kitchen to an extraordinary level by enhancing the design aesthetic and increasing the value of your kitchen. Backsplashes add visual appeal while also protecting the drywall, preventing down-wall drips and they are easy to keep clean.
A tile backsplash serves a utilitarian purpose by shielding walls from splatters, but it’s also a fashionable way to add eye-catching beauty to your kitchen or bathroom. The market’s plethora of tile styles, materials, patterns, and colors allow you to personalize your backsplash tile to your liking.
Farmhouse style blends the old with the new combining rustic charm and simplicity. Farmhouse backsplashes work perfectly with different wood textures, apron front sinks, and neutral color schemes.
This posts covers:
- Farmhouse White Backsplash Ideas
- Modern Farmhouse Backsplash Ideas
- Beadboard Kitchen Backsplashes
- Mosaic Tile Backsplashes
- Full-Height Kitchen Backsplashes
- Dark Kitchen Backsplashes
- Honeycomb Backsplashes
- Diamond Tile Backsplashes
- Farmhouse Shiplap Backsplash Ideas
1 Farmhouse Kitchen White Backsplash Ideas
All white kitchen backsplashes are a perennial choice for many design styles, including farmhouse. White works well with virtually any color scheme and provides traditional, elegant, and timeless appeal. Whether you use shiplap, subway, or hexagon tiles, white backsplashes are the classic choice to elevate a kitchen design.
Farmhouse Kitchen with White Glass Subway Tile Backsplash
Image courtesy of: Sea Pointe Construction
This striking farmhouse kitchen has a white glass subway tile backsplash with quartzite countertops that give the kitchen a light, bright and open feeling. These surfaces have a shine that reflects the daylight and brings in beautiful natural sunlight. White shaker cabinets blend in seamlessly while the black range hood with wood trim and kitchen island base add contrast.
Full-Height White Tile Backsplash with Black Grout and White Oak Cabinets
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An elegant and sophisticated farmhouse kitchen with a full-height white subway tile backsplash. The backsplash provides a fresh contrast to the wood cabinets and floating shelves. The countertops are white quartzite and add to the minimal palette. Floral patterned floral tiles in black, grey, and white add pattern and contrast.
2 Modern Farmhouse Backsplash Ideas
There are many options available for backsplashes, from brick and shiplap that complement the warm feel of a farmhouse home to tiles in a broad range of colors and patterns that add a unique touch. Tile backsplashes provide an opportunity to create diversity in patterns that bring a fresh look to the farmhouse style.
Rustic Modern Kitchen with Dark Wood Cabinets and Subway Tile Backsplash
Image courtesy of: Kandrac & Kole Interior Design
A warm and inviting modern rustic farmhouse kitchen with dark wood cabinets, a kitchen island, and flooring. The white subway tile backsplash with black grout provides contrast and pattern. The addition of black found in the cabinet hardware, light fixture, and stools add further dimension and appeal.
White Cabinets with Wood Island and Black Accents
Image courtesy of: Honeycomb Design
This large farmhouse kitchen features shaker cabinets, a grey countertop, and a patterned tile backsplash. It has a beautiful combination of contrasting elements that work wonderfully together. The wood flooring, beams, and stools add a splash of warmth that ground the space.
Wood and White Kitchen with Beige Backsplash and Globe Chandeliers
Image courtesy of: Sonomo Building Company
Here is another great example of contrasting elements in a farmhouse kitchen that coordinate perfectly. From the white shaker cabinets to the quartz countertop, beige stone backsplash to the rubbed oil bronze hardware.
Wood Raised Panel Cabinets with Floating Shelves and Stone Wall
Image courtesy of: Foley Beam Architecture
An open-plan farmhouse kitchen with wood-raised panel cabinets and an exposed stone wall. The exposed stone wall makes a strong visual impact that adds texture, color, and warmth to the space.
3 Beadboard Kitchen Backsplashes
A beadboard is defined as a vertical row of thin wood boards. Beadboard provides a clean aesthetic, adds architectural interest, and can be painted or stained to create a stylish look in the kitchen. They also have the advantage of being affordable and easy to install.
Incorporating farmhouse bedboard adds a vintage and cozy touch to the space while providing ample opportunity to bring in a wide variety of color options: from white, gray, and black to shades of greens and blues.
White Beadboard Backsplash with Marble Countertops and Black Cabinets
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A lovely minimalist farmhouse kitchen with a white beadboard backsplash that softens the space. The contrast between the marble countertops, black cabinets, and wood shelving creates a serene and elegant kitchen. The resulting look is elegant and timeless. The same wood paneling is used also on the kitchen island wall to create a continuous look.
4 Mosaic Tile Kitchen Backsplashes
Mosaic tiles are perfect for those who want to be creative with their backsplash. Options available are glass, porcelain, ceramic, or stone in a broad range of colors and patterns. For added texture and depth, various materials can be combined together.
Stainless Steel Appliances with Chrome Hardware and White Quartz Countertops
Image courtesy of: Case Design
This stunning kitchen incorporates shades of blue with white and warm wood tones. The countertops are Premium Natural quartz. The blue floral patterned backsplash brings in the color of the base of the island and stools while providing contrast to the white subway tiles. The white and blue palette is carried throughout the kitchen and the silver metallic accents add visual interest. A wood floor is a final touch to add warmth to the space.
Beach Style Kitchen with Navy-blue Range Hood and Gold Details
Image courtesy of: KD Design Collective
Here we have another example of a kitchen of a blue and white farmhouse kitchen. The white and gray chevron tile backsplash adds a sleek pattern and compliments the white kitchen cabinets. The blue range hood with gold details has a sculptural shape that acts as a striking focal point. The large navy-blue kitchen island is fitted with a white countertop and beige counter chairs.
Marble Countertops and Dark Wood Island in a Traditional Kitchen
Image courtesy of: Pure Salt Interiors
An elegant country farmhouse kitchen with warm wood flooring, white cabinets, and two complimentary backsplash patterns. Marble countertops add the finishing touch.
Geometrical Touches to a Traditional Kitchen with Brass Hardware
Image courtesy of: Studio Dearborn
A unique farmhouse kitchen with a geometric backsplash that adds pattern to the space. Brass details create a sleek and luxurious look, while the wood flooring and wood on the range add a warm glow.
5 Full-Height Farmhouse Kitchen Backsplash Ideas
Standard backsplashes measure 4 inches starting above the surface of the countertop. Full height backsplashes cover the area between the countertop and upper cabinets, or they can be designed to go all the way up to the ceiling. They make a stand-out statement piece that adds instant charm to a farmhouse kitchen. Full-height backsplashes are typically marble, porcelain, granite, concrete, or quartz.
Modern Kitchen with White Cabinets and Hexagon Backsplash
Image courtesy of: Kandrac & Kole
The black and white elongated hexagon pattern in this full-height backsplash creates a dramatic focal point. This kitchen has a warm and inviting atmosphere with white cabinets, white quartz countertops, and black hardware. The black, white, and brass globe pendants add a glamorous touch.
Gray Cabinets with Full-height Backsplash and Gold Accents
Image courtesy of: Marianne Simon Design
This full-height white square tiled backsplash works perfectly with the base gray cabinets to create a sophisticated farmhouse kitchen. The tile has been laid to achieve a brick-like, yet modern appearance. The golden faucets, bronze hardware, and wood flooring add warmth.
Farmhouse Kitchen with Green Shaker Cabinets and White Quartz Countertops
Image courtesy of: Chad Esslinger Design
A beautifully designed organic green and white kitchen with rich textures and warm wood accents. Subway tiles have been laid horizontally to offer a bright and refreshing backdrop to wood floating shelves. Bronze hardware and brass wall sconces create a cozy ambiance.
Dark Wood Kitchen Island with White Countertop and Gold Pendant Lights
Image courtesy of: Webber Coleman Woodworks
Dark wood cabinets and kitchen island create a strong statement in a farmhouse kitchen with beige backsplash tiles that have been added to soften the look. Brass pendant lights add a sparkle to the design and bring a Midcentury vibe. The pure white countertop of the island contrasts the rustic look of the wood and elevates the design.
6 Dark Kitchen Backsplashes
Although backsplashes are generally light or colorful, dark backsplashes provide dramatic appeal while providing contrast. Dark backsplashes are as timeless as white and can act as the centerpiece for your kitchen. There are plenty of color options for dark backsplashes – from sophisticated blacks to deep grays and elegant navy blues.
Transitional Kitchen with Wood Island and Marble Countertops
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A wood herringbone backsplash in earthy tones provides a textural backdrop for white kitchen cabinets and countertops. Each piece in this kitchen creates an artistic and creative vibe from the acrylic chairs to the oversized black range hood with gold details.
Modern Industrial Kitchen with Black and Wood Cabinetry
Image courtesy of: Cabinet Planet
Modern industrial meets farmhouse in a kitchen with a dark gray backsplash, glass-fronted cabinet doors, and gray countertops. The gray stone material in the backsplash creates a cohesive look with the wood-based cabinets while providing texture and depth.
Matte Black Cabinets and Backsplash with White Countertop
Image courtesy of: Urbanology Design
An ultra-modern kitchen with a matte black backsplash. Note the diamond pattern in the backsplash that was laid to create a hexagonal shape while providing a slight textural. Leather counter chairs and white countertops add a vibrant contrast.
Black Subway Backsplash with Black Quartz Countertop and White Cabinetry
Image courtesy of: Webber Coleman Woodworks
A farmhouse kitchen with bold contrasting elements that combine black, white, and warm wood tones. A black subway tile backsplash grounds the space while providing a striking focal point between white cabinets with black detailing. Warmth and natural texture are introduced through the wood trim on the range hood, island frame, and bar stools.
Black and White Kitchen with Wood Accents
Image courtesy of: Maureen Stevens Design
This kitchen has vibrant contrast created through the use of white quartz countertops, white walls, light wood floors, and black cabinets. A modern black and white backsplash with gorgeous detailing has been added to provide a luxurious feel to the space.
White Cabinets with Black Subway Tiles and Wood Floating Shelves
Image courtesy of: ARDIN Interiors
Here we have another black and white kitchen with a farmhouse aesthetic. The natural textures and white cabinets compliment the black subway tile backsplash. Wood shelving, leather counter stools, and wood detailing on the island add warmth.
Scandinavian Kitchen with Crystal Chandelier
Image courtesy of: Entrance Fastighetsmäkleri
A Scandinavian-style farmhouse kitchen that is elegant, warm, and inviting. The black square tile backsplash adds depth and provides a stunning contrast against the white cabinets. A thin strip of open wood shelving compliments the wood flooring and dining set. A crystal chandelier has been included to provide a touch of glamour.
Beach Style Kitchen with Gray Herringbone Tile and Wood Island
Image courtesy of: Jessica Koltun Home
In this farmhouse-style kitchen, neutral color shades work perfectly together. The gray herringbone tile backsplash adds texture, pattern, and color that elevates the space while providing a clean and fresh visual appeal. The wood kitchen island creates a continuous look with the wood flooring.
7 Honeycomb Backsplash Ideas
Hexagonal backsplashes are available in materials such as granite, natural stone, ceramic, glass, marble, and porcelain. They also come in a wide variety of color options that can easily elevate a kitchen design.
Black and White Farmhouse Kitchen
Image courtesy of: Manor Homes
This country-style farmhouse kitchen boasts black and white shaker cabinets, a black-based island, and white quartz countertops. The backsplash is a marble gray and white hexagonal pattern that provides a smooth transition between the black and white.
Midcentury Kitchen with Honeycomb Backsplash
Image courtesy of: Fox Interiors
This classic kitchen has a white hexagon backsplash with black grout, anthracite quartz countertop, and medium-tone wood kitchen cabinets. The floor is a gray honeycomb made from ceramic tile.
8 Diamond Tile Backsplashes
Diamond tile backsplashes are the perfect choice for those looking for a unique option in the kitchen. As with honeycomb tiles, they are available in a wide variety of materials and colors. What makes diamond tiles truly sophisticated and they allow for different combinations with other shapes such as hexagons and cubes.
Eclectic Kitchen with Ombre Diamond Tile Backsplash and a Wood Hood
Image courtesy of: Mercury Mosaics & Tile
This eclectic kitchen makes use of an ombre ceramic diamond-patterned backsplash to create a unique and creative statement in the kitchen.
The light wood floating shelves, range hood, and a brass finish wall sconce add a dash of warmth to the otherwise black-dominant kitchen.
White Cabinets with a Gray Island and Brass Accents
Image courtesy of: Ulrich Inc.
An elegant and feminine farmhouse kitchen with a chic natural stone backsplash, glossy countertops, and a kitchen island with a gray base.
Brass caged pendants carry warmth and a punch of color, while dark wood flooring adds a dramatic effect to finalize the overall look of the kitchen.
9 Farmhouse Shiplap Backsplash Ideas
Shiplap is a popular choice for those wanting to bring in organic warmth while adding visual interest. Shiplap has a sleek and minimalist look and is suitable for many design aesthetics including modern, farmhouse, traditional and rustic spaces. It has a beautiful natural texture and is a great way to add interest to kitchen walls.
Black Shaker Cabinets with Oversized Range Hood and Brass Sconces
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Black cabinets, island base, and range hood add sophistication to this dynamic farmhouse kitchen. White accents such as the marble countertops and shiplap backsplash bring in brightness and contrast. Black sconces above the floating shelves and brass hardware enhance the elegant look of the black.
Farmhouse Kitchen with White Cabinetry and Shiplap Backsplash
Image courtesy of: Longview Builders
A striking black and white farmhouse kitchen with white shiplap backsplash panels. The wooden floating shelves and the trim of the range hood enhance the warmness of the room.
Natural Wood Cabinets with Gray-green Shiplap Backsplash and White Countertops
Image courtesy of: Kelsey Leigh Design
An elegant and serene kitchen with natural wood cabinets and island with a gray-green shiplap backsplash that brings the beauty of nature into the room.
All White Shaker Cabinets with Wood Kitchen Island and White Countertop
Image courtesy of: Flooring Connections
A mostly all-white kitchen with warm wood tones and natural and organic elements to create texture and warmth. White shiplap walls and dark wood islands make a rustic touch to this kitchen which is surrounded by white shaker cabinets.
If you are presently researching different kitchen cabinet options, I have created posts on blue, green, white, cream and black kitchen cabinets as well as farmhouse kitchen cabinet ideas.
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