Terra cotta-style tiles make for a beautiful backdrop to the warm colors in this Tuscan kitchen.
If you have a stunning view, give your landscape a starring role with large windows. They needn't be the same size or even match, especially if you're going for a casual look. Here, double-hung corner windows allow cross-ventilation and offer different vantage points. They also bright up dark crannies, reducing the need for artificial light and highlighting the pretty backsplash pattern. Of course, a kitchen window is a welcome luxury for anyone stuck doing dishes.
Tiles in shades of the beautiful southwest are a perfect match for the terra cotta hues in the mahogany granite kitchen countertop.
A bar installed across your kitchen backsplash ensures that you’ll never be far from your cooking tools.
Black fixtures and accents stand out against exposed brick walls in this homey kitchen.
This small, pretty kitchen makes use of every inch of space, placing the kitchen table against the countertop. We love the checkerboard backsplash for visual interest.
Hanging artwork behind your stove-top range can be problematic, unless you heed the example of this brilliant kitchen, and create artwork out of your backsplash.
A stone backsplash behind your range makes for an interesting—and easy-to-clean!—backdrop to highlight your cooking endeavors.
Want to make a statement with your backsplash tiles without going overboard? Try sporadically placing a patterned tiles within a sea of complementary, single-toned tiles.
Under-cabinet lighting makes chopping, measuring and assembling that much easier, and easy-to-clean ceramic subway tiles provide the perfect backsplash in this chef-friendly kitchen.
Thick marble countertops and smooth steel appliances make a formidable impression in this modern kitchen.
Bright white tiles are the perfect, low-maintenance backdrop to this impressive range; functional and classic, they won't take away from your dazzling kitchen skills, either.
Gleaming black granite, industrial steel and a bold backsplash pattern are the headliners in this bold kitchen.
Sunny yellow and sky blue cabinets are allowed to shine when set against a sea of white ceramic subway tiles.
From the wood cabinets and sandy brick walls to the natural stone tiles, Southwestern flair abounds in this terra cotta kitchen.
An off-white sink is perfectly suited to the terra cotta and wooden tones in this naturally hued kitchen.
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