.Bathroom backsplashes prevent water from ruining your walls in the same way that kitchen backsplashes protect walls from cooking spills and spatters. But these hardworking finishes also provide an opportunity to show a little design flair and to play with materials, textures, color, and pattern.
6 Pretty Backsplashes For Remodeling Bathroom Plan
Check out these stylish designer ideas for bathroom backsplashes that are as stylish as they are functional. This article outlines exactly what you need to know about bathroom backsplash, so you can pick a style that’s right for you and your home.
1. Patterned Tile
This atmospheric bathroom uses tiles to create a half wall wrap-around backsplash. The pattern echoes of the screens used as semi-transparent space dividers. Soft lighting from wall sconces creates ambient shadows and a pair of mismatched brass-framed mirrors adds a vintage charm.
2. Green Backsplash
This pretty bathroom designed uses tiles to create a serene green wrap-around half wall backsplash for a pair of charming free-standing pedestal sinks. Arched framed mirrors and a rattan stool with vintage vibes add complementary natural tones to keep it warm and the white walls and floor keep it fresh.
3. Elegant Backsplash
This pretty powder room gets a lightly tough edge thanks to an integrated gray sink and backsplash. It creates a functional place for washing up while protecting the blush pink paint on the walls. A pair of warm-toned brass sconces with classic lines and lampshades and a simple wood-framed rectangular mirror add contrast and polish to the overall look.
4. Mirror Backsplash
For this bright and airy bathroom in a family home chose to use an integrated slab of the mirror. Also, as a backsplash that bounces light from the window above. The mirror complements the white-painted wood-paneled walls and silver-toned pendant lights and sinks hardware on the floating natural wood sink vanity.
5. Matte Black
This handsome minimalist contemporary bathroom design for a new construction home uses handsome small rectangular black matte tiles. Matching black grout to create a subtly textured neutral bathroom backsplash that grounds the space. The backsplash tile choice works seamlessly with gray concrete floors, white walls, and cool-colored tile used throughout the house to create a cohesive look. A large mirror over the bright white sink and simple integrated silver-toned sink plumbing fixtures keep it feeling crisp and fresh.
6. Stone Wall
This glamorous Parisian bathroom is all about the marble, with a built-in wrap-around slab that serves as a backsplash for the double sinks as well as for the shower. To add some pattern, a contemporary spin on basketweave tile creates contrast while staying within the neutral palette. Gold-toned accents throughout add a touch of luxe.