163,025 Subway Tile Backsplash Home Design Photos

collaborative interiors
3 Reviews
Dash Point Remodel
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so much to like - faucet fixtures, cabinets, subway tile backsplash..
“sink” — cashwilllu
The Remodeling Company
15 Reviews
Kitchens built by TRC
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cabinets, countertops, beadboard and subway tile backsplashes
“Windows” — denarobertson
Echelon Custom Homes
9 Reviews
Kitchen
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Different woods, subway tile backsplash
“Kitchen” — mykel02
LDa Architecture & Interiors
6 Reviews
Forest View Residence Kitchen
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Rainforest Green Granite countertops are beautiful. Will they work with a white/off-white subway tile backsplash? or too much going on in veining?? love the colors in this stone....lighting has the 1930's-ish look
“Pendants” — meganewing
Rooftight Construction
An integrated range hood gives a custom look
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Kitchen might look kind of like this if we painted the cabinets - already have tile in a very similar color, and countertops are similar in color.
grey green subway tile backsplash
gray/green subway tile backsplash
“Kitchen might look kind of like this if we painted the cabinets - already have tile in a very simila” — taurusgurl5984
Subway Tile Outlet
5 Reviews
White Glass Subway Tile Kitchen Backsplash
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White Glass Subway Tile Kitchen Backsplash
This project used our White 3" x 6" Glass subway tile combined with white cabinets, light granite and stainless steel appliances for a great contemporary look.
what color is this subway tile?
AJ, The white tile is a very bright white. I think the color you might be looking for is our Smoke Glass which is a true gray and can be found here: http://www.subwaytileoutlet.com/products/Smoke-Glass-Subway-Tile.html I saw that you placed an order for some samples - I
6 inch glass subway tile applied down to countertop
Example of what our smaller backsplash might look like. Similar granite
glass subway tile with similar counters as
“3 x 6 inch glass subway tile applied down to countertop” — janwills17
W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
Formica Counter
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formica with subway tiles -large not good and trim between counter and backsplash not good
formica counter; subway tile, perhaps laid out in a herringbone pattern?
how to finish subway tile around windows
rounded transition piece at the bottom of white subway tiles.
interesting treatment of backsplash, tile meeting counter top and window.
Nice backsplash and trim around window.
“quarter round” — Colleen Clayton
kellydesigns
17 Reviews
kellydesigns
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Kitchen renovation that opened up the the DR and made it part of the kitchen. All white semi-custom cabinets, glass subway tile backsplash, countertops cambria quatrz, walnut Hardwood floors. Vintage meets modern with a coastal edge! Stainless appliances.
Backsplash tile info please? I love it with the quartz countertop.
The countertop is cambria quartz and the tile is called smoke it is a glass tile I do not recall name of manufacturer it was purchased at Tile America. It really is up to the tile person who is doing the tile as to how they like to end the tile we did not use a metal liner.
Like the glass subway tile backsplash
Gray subway tiles with warm granite
design of the arch over the sink & window. (NOT the combo of the countertop and the backsplash...that's hideous!)
“White cabinets, door style, glass inserts” — charby39
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