Gray subway tile backsplash design creates an attractive barrier between the kitchen wall and the back of a counter, sink or stove. Subway tile is popular for its versatility, durability and cleaning ease. The solid material is often used to create assorted tiles with bold colors, textured surfaces, intricate patterns, fine images or mosaic sections. Arrange an assortment of different sized tiles to create a kitchen backsplash design with a modern feel.
Use small purple ceramic tiles, purple ceramic tiles, white ceramic tiles and light gray ceramic tiles mixed with large jade green glass tiles to a cheerful style. Use small aqua blue, light blue, light gray and white ceramic tiles with large cobalt blue glass tiles for a sea style. Combine ceramic tiles with other materials to create an artistic kitchen backsplash.
12 Picture Gallery: Gray Subway Tile Backsplash to an Elegant Style
Install alternating sea green and grass green metro tiles to create a thick line along the top and bottom of the backsplash. Create a loop, mint green, glass tile pattern with a white ceramic tile, sea green glass tile and gray slate tile background. Create a vertical stripe pattern for another kitchen backsplash. Start with a thin line of small black ceramic tiles next to a line of frosted glass tiles. Add lines of blue marble, magenta glass, taupe ceramics, dark wood and copper metal tiles, each followed with a line of frosted glass tiles.
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