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3 Backsplash Tile Ideas For White Kitchen Cabinets

3 Backsplash Tile Ideas For White Kitchen Cabinets

Posted by Kirsten Sharp on May 6th 2021

I was talking with a client recently who had just installed white cabinets and was having a really hard time choosing a backsplash tile.

I told her this wasn't overly surprising to me.

Why? 

There are SO many colors go with white cabinets, it can be a challenge to narrow down your options.

To give you some ideas, I pulled together a few kitchen color schemes that show different ways you can pair white cabinets with backsplash tile and countertops. 

I've also linked the products shown below in case there are any ideas you'd like to replicate!

Kitchen Color Palette #1: Modern Vintage Blue-Gray Backsplash

Products featured in the photo above: TILE (left to right, top to bottom) Fancy Flat Bar Trim in Blue-Gray, Brocade in Blue-Gray, 3×6″ Subway Tile in Blue-Gray, Cobham in Light Blue Watercolor, Cobham in Light Gray, Cobham in Glossy White / CABINET: Ultracraft Shaker in Melted Brie / COUNTERTOP: Cambria Torquay Marble

Kitchen Color Palette #2: Neutral Mosaic Backsplash in Cream Crackle

Products featured in photo above: CABINET: Wedgewood Raised Panel Cabinet in Melted Brie; TILE: Bloom Handmade Tile in Cream Crackle; COUNTERTOP: Silestone in Lusso; WALL COLOR: Benjamin Moore Manchester Tan (Bottom Right)

Kitchen Color Palette #3: Beachy Blue Backsplash with Beige Countertops

Products featured in the photo above: TILE (left to right, top to bottom) Hiser in Light Gray, 6×6″ Field Tile in Light Gray, Cobham in Glossy White, Half Round Trim in Light Gray, Pearl Liner Trim in Glossy White, Arabesque Tile in Glossy White / CABINET: Ultracraft Shaker in Melted Brie / COUNTERTOP: Cambria Darlington

Hopefully that give you some ideas for different kitchen color palettes that work with white cabinets!

Need tile samples for your own renovation? You can find them here:

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