A backsplash is one of the main kitchen features which are necessary to install. The kitchen backsplash can protect the workspace in the kitchen from the splashing liquid and other dirt when you prepare the meal. A glass mosaic backsplash is the most common used backsplash tile for a kitchen. It has nice backsplash material, easy to clean, comes in many colors, and can reflect the kitchen lighting which makes the space brighter. The mosaic design will let you show your creativity. Here are some trendy glass mosaic backsplash ideas that will protect the workspace and beautify the kitchen.
The Frosted Glass in Cabinets
The wooden cabinet, cabinets with frosted glass doors, and the glass mosaic backsplash underlit and uplit to enhance the kitchen appearance. While the green typhoon granite provides a beautiful and unique counter work surface.
Taupe Arabesque Glass Mosaic Tile
Taupe arabesque glass mosaic tile in this kitchen function as the backsplash behind the sink and small workspace. The design shows a little bit of Moroccan style but it uses a calm color. The beautiful tile design can definitely beautify the workspace.
Costly But Worth It
The case against glass mosaic tile is that they can be costly. You may have to add some bucks besides the original backsplash budget when you purchase it. The white kitchen cabinets let the black and white glass mosaic backsplash tiles stand out more.
Luxurious Modern Glass Backsplash
If you are looking for a modern look for your kitchen, it will be a good inspiration. It offers some modern kitchen features. The taupe reflective glass cabinets float on the random-patterned glass mosaic wall treatments in blue and black.
Nice Blend of Colors
The white glass mosaic backsplash tiles are relatively easy to clean. The smooth surface and neutral color of glass mosaics translate to simple look which is suitable for this black and white kitchen.
Clean and Bright Look
Classic white kitchen with a twist of modernity. The small glass mosaic backsplash in various shades of blue simple dazzle in this classic kitchen. The blue backsplash, white cabinets, glass windows, and glass doors create a clean bright look without having a large window.
A Coastal Kitchen
A full height glass mosaic backsplash can add grandeur to space. The white marble countertop contrasts the wall, while the travertine floors with the blue mosaic floor accent evoke the beach. This combination creates a coastal kitchen style.
Brown Backsplash and White Cabinets
The white cabinets contrast with the tobacco wall paint, the brown glass mosaic backsplash, and the dark plank wood floor. These color scheme can be chosen in creating a traditional kitchen.
This white kitchen features counter to ceiling glass mosaic backsplash tile. It gives a nice accent into a neutral colored kitchen. The see-through glass shelving can give this kitchen a showstopping finish.
A Contemporary Kitchen
This contemporary kitchen features white painted cabinets and concrete counters with an organic glass mosaic backsplash. The island is made from recycled oak wine barrels.