Black is a timeless color that never goes out of style. It can give the room a sophisticated feel and help to create an atmospheric ambience or contrast. A black kitchen backsplash is a cool idea – it completes your dark room or sets a bold accent in a neutral or pastel colored room. Want to see some ideas to rock this classic color on your backsplash? Here you are!
Black tile backsplashes
Tiles are the most popular for cladding a kitchen back because they are easy to clean and add texture to the room, and there are plenty of black tiles to choose from. These can be long and narrow tiles clad in a herringbone pattern, trendy hexagonal tiles of various sizes, edgy black subway tiles, matte honeycomb tiles, glazed square tiles, and others. You can highlight your backsplash with contrasting grout – gray or white – or continue the style with matching grout.
Other black backsplashes
If tile isn’t your thing, you can opt for paint or blackboard paint. For example, the second option means that you can crayon anything you want or your kids can use the backsplash for their art. Baking a backsplash is a very inexpensive idea that can be implemented and refurbished very quickly (if necessary) and this is essential for many homeowners. Backsplashes made of black stone and marble give the kitchen a refined and chic flair. While they are expensive, they are very durable, so they will last a very long time. Black shiplap and wood backsplashes add texture and interest to the room and are much cheaper than stone or marble. They are also easier to install. Smooth black glass backsplashes fit perfectly into a minimalist room and give it a shiny touch. There are lots of black backsplash ideas out there. Just choose what suits your kitchen better!