4 Alternatives to White Subway Tile Backsplash
1. Different Color Subway Tile Backsplash
Love the look and shape of white subway tile, but want to mix it up a bit? Try changing the color of the tile. In this kitchen remodeling project we designed in Chicago, we went with a light green subway tile. It paired great with the rustic alder cabinets and gives the kitchen a unique look.
2. Herringbone Tile Backsplash
Herringbone tile backsplashes are starting to become more popular as an alternative to the white subway tile backsplash. We love the longer, larger herringbone patterns as well as the smaller versions. Both look amazing in white.
3. Carrera Marble Backsplash
Going for the vintage farmhouse look? Or, maybe a traditional French-inspired kitchen or even a modern kitchen with black cabinets? Maybe a solid slab of white Carrera Marble is in store for you.
4. Handmade Subway Tile
If you still want to keep the shape of subway tile, try looking at handmade subway tile. The tile has a unique shape to it that adds texture to the kitchen. It also reflects the light in a beautiful way.
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