I’m often tapped for questions about kitchen backsplashes since I’ve written so many articles on the subject. So, when I see something a little different (good-different) it always grabs my attention.
I’ve got some more link shares here today I think you’re going to love and they have one thing in common…..good kitchen backsplash transitions or endings.
A short, slab kitchen backsplash transition done creatively
This is an amazing before and after all by itself, but this backsplash utilizes that short slab splash that I talked about in this post. I really like how the designer, Katie Hackworth, handled the transitioning of the slab splash to another material, shiplap, in this beautiful kitchen. It's interesting and so very well done. Take a look.
Transition your backsplash with wood trim
Here’s another beautiful home, designed by Racquel Garcia, and I love the way the backsplash/cabinetry transitioned to the shiplap wall. That little piece of wood trim creates an inside corner for the tile to die into. Exposed outside edges of any kind of material can tend to look unfinished and careless in design. This creates such a neat, tidy transition.
Tile backsplash ending in a peninsula kitchen
I addressed the question of how to end the backsplash when your upper cabinets run short of your lowers in this post, however, I still have people sort of not believing me. This situation so often occurs at a kitchen peninsula, where the uppers stop short of the countertop.
When I saw what Studio McGee did in this post, I was excited to share. I think you should check out this lovely kitchen they designed and you can shop the look at their link.
Thank you to these three designers who granted me permission to use their work in my post. Please visit their sites at the links provided under their images, and see more about these beautiful projects.
NEED MORE BACKSPLASH HELP?
I'm sharing my new content upgrade on backsplashes today. I've written so many posts about them, including Designed in a Click reader Q and A example posts, that I can't keep track of what I've written.
I finally took some time to assemble them all here in this downloadable pdf for sale in my outlet. If you need a guide to help you make some decisions on your backsplash design, you should check it out.