Best Backsplash Designs for a White Kitchen

Posted 10/30/2020 by Arizona Tile

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Bare Gray Glossy, Bare White Glossy White Body Ceramic Tile in a Chevron Pattern from Arizona Tile
Featured Image: Bare Gray Glossy, Bare White Glossy White Body Ceramic Tile in a Chevron Pattern from Arizona Tile

A great backsplash is like the cherry on top of a stylish kitchen. If you’re designing a beautiful, on-trend white kitchen, choosing the perfect backsplash is about finding a tile that complements your design without fading into the background. Whether you want your backsplash to be white or another color that pairs well with white, let’s take a look at some of the best backsplash styles, colors and shapes for your white kitchen.

Concerto Glossy Glazed Porcelain Subway Tile Kitchen Backsplash in Clay, Greige, and Pearl from Arizona Tile
Image: Concerto Glossy Glazed Porcelain Subway Tile Kitchen Backsplash in Clay, Greige, and Pearl from Arizona Tile

Subway Tile

Timeless and tasteful, a subway tile backsplash is a stylish choice for a range of white kitchen designs. A simple white porcelain tile like Bare is sleek and effective, whether you arrange it in the classic staggered subway pattern or opt for a chevron look to add flair. If you prefer something with a little more texture, try Concerto. Mix matte with glossy tiles for a subtle way to make your white or neutral tiles stand out.

3D White Blade Matte Rectified White Body Ceramic Wall Tile Backsplash and Denali-N White Quartz Countertop from Arizona Tile
Image: 3D White Blade Matte Rectified White Body Ceramic Wall Tile Backsplash and Denali-N White Quartz Countertop from Arizona Tile

3D Tile

Create something truly unique with 3D porcelain tile that brings extra visual interest to your white kitchen. Choose from Blade, Ribbon, Wave and Twist designs to add a three dimensional texture to your backsplash. White and pale grey color options will look sharp and stylish in a white or white-and-grey kitchen design.

Paloma Cloud Picket Hex Ceramic Tile Kitchen Backsplash from Arizona Tile
Image: Paloma Cloud Picket Hex Ceramic Tile Kitchen Backsplash from Arizona Tile

Hex Tile

One simple way to take your backsplash to the next level is to choose an unexpected tile shape. White hexagon tile is an on-trend look that brings contemporary style along with a nod to the mid-century modern aesthetic. A geometric touch instantly updates your backsplash and helps it stand out even if it’s the same white color as the rest of your kitchen design. Check out Paloma’s long hex, picket and rhomboid options, or the multiple hex sizes of Paros.

Marrakesh Color Glossy Mix Tile Kitchen Backsplash from Arizona Tile
Image: Marrakesh Color Glossy Mix Tile Kitchen Backsplash from Arizona Tile

Patterned Tile

Turn your white kitchen up a notch when you opt for a stunning patterned tile backsplash. From the rustic colors and intricate patterns of Marrakesh to the pretty black-and-white style of Chymia, a decorative kitchen backsplash featuring mixed patterns like these is sure to be an eye-catching addition to your white kitchen design.

Eramosa Carbon Polished Glazed Porcelain Kitchen Floor Tile from Arizona Tile
Image: Eramosa Carbon Polished Glazed Porcelain Kitchen Floor Tile from Arizona Tile

Wood-Look Tile

Porcelain tile that looks like wood has proved to be an extremely popular choice for kitchen flooring. But did you know it can also be used to create a kitchen backsplash? Wood-look backsplash tile like Eramosa will give a white kitchen a touch of rustic charm and chic style. For a fresh and one-of-a-kind look, Shibusa offers a bamboo-inspired woodgrain to elevate your kitchen design.

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“We are very happy with the quality and look of our floor tile and kitchen backsplash. [Arizona Tile] made the experience 5 stars. He is extremely kind and knowledgeable of their products. He listened and did an amazing job of showing me options. I will did definitely recommend Arizona Tile and return.”