Metal Tile Backsplash for Kitchen


A tile backsplash is often the star of the kitchen. Often, a backsplash reflects the personality and style of the homeowner. Tile backsplashes are easy to clean, and can last for many years. If you want a backsplash design that is easy to clean, requires lesser maintenance, and looks sleek and shiny, then we would suggest that you get a stainless steel backsplash. However, because stainless steel is mainly limited to silver. So, if you want all these and are willing to pay a bit more for color and patterns, the metal tile backsplash is for you. Metal tile backsplash is squares of metals grouped together to cover a specific place.

  sparkly metal tile backsplash

Sparkly Metal Tile Backsplash

Flexible Metal Tile Backsplash for Kitchen

Metal tile backsplash provide more flexibility when it comes to design and colors than its stainless steel counterparts. Just the same as stainless steel, a metal backsplash using tiles is just as easy to clean and equally durable. You can use it on your counter top since it is generally resistant to heat so you can be sure that it will not react negatively to pots and pans fresh from the fire. As for maintenance, all you have to do is make sure that no acidic food items such as tomatoes, coffee, vinegar and such stays on the surface for too long or it will fade the colors of the metal. Like stainless steel, a tile backsplash of metal is also one of the most expensive and need a lot of detail during installation. Therefore, you would also need to hire the services of a professional to make sure that you get every little tile placed exactly where it should be.

awesome metal tile backsplash

Awesome Metal Tile Backsplash

Metal tile backsplash is available in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and types of metal. They come plain or with intricate designs carved into the surface. No matter how you decide to use them in your kitchen, there are plenty of options to select from. Adding tile of any sort into your kitchen decor is fun and allows your creativity to come out. You can use them in any arrangement or combination, but working with metal adds more sophistication and luxury than ceramic and glass tile just cannot create. Another use for tile made from metal is as a focal point or mural. This is especially popular in kitchens. You can either select your own tile varieties and arrange them in an interesting pattern that catches the eye or purchase a mural pattern already arranged for you.

copper metal tile backsplash

Copper Metal Tile Backsplash

With metal tile backsplash when it done properly it can really set the mood in the kitchen and give the allure of luxury and sophistication. However you use these tiles in your kitchen, make sure to look around before making your final purchase. You should never just settle on a tile because you can’t find the color or pattern that you really want. Where you put this tile and how well it blends with the rest of your kitchen will determine whether the decor is a warm success or a strange blunder. After all, metal tile backsplash can make a very dramatic addition to your kitchen, as long as you take the time to shop wisely and work it into the overall design of the kitchen with great care.

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74 thoughts on “Metal Tile Backsplash for Kitchen

  1. Claudia

    i recomend buying from a neighborhood retailer if you bear one.my local store rci broadway and 98th street has all major brandsviking, bosch,lg etc. i shop here to attend local business and for better customer service.

  2. Francis

    @francetaste I terra cuit in both my houses and the rustic and that they the house in the summer. In to some of the other questions. there is cleaning liquid for these floors, there next the stuff for wood floors and mr propre. they must acquire something similar in the US. Standing on them for long periods can achey but if the choice is cushioned lino… a rug in front of the stove helps when making polenta.

  3. ScarlettJazminMae

    I bought mine about 8 years ago and we a family so this is a time saver. The inspiration for buying one was remembering my Mom using her colossal iron to iron most things. I to either struggle my thru ironing table clothes for holiday dinners (and they never looked good) or pay to bear them professionally ironed which cost quite a bit and was one more thing to remember to up. Sleeping in ironed sheets ( even fitted sheets) is blooming and ironing shirts instead hand ironing them a few moments. Not exactly a necessity of life but if you a ample family it is a help.

  4. Victor.Kale.Dallin

    i also … 1. call my credit card companies and them of travels and potential out-of-area charges.2. up lights on a timer to discourage break-ins.3. scan my passport and ids and a locked pdf of them, then email to myself. Then if I lose them during my trip, I will a to identification

  5. Nia.Haylee.Kaylynn

    I would skip the adhesive product. I am also unsure about stainless looking 5 years from now. If you want stainless for the other appliances, perhaps you could painting your fridge with green or blackboard paint (search on AT for a post about that). Looks great, cheap, and adds some funky variety to your kitchen.

  6. Ashton.Oswaldo.Daryl

    extremely innovative -but 1/2 your toast would be by the time the other 1/2 your toast was toasted! I warm toast that can melt the butter….yummm – thats worth sacrificing some counter for!

  7. Daphne J.

    Would removing the legs help? We had a similar with our house, but found if we removed the legs and turned the sofa at an angle, we could it in.(We actually made a cardboard cut-out of the sofa to figure out the to it in!)

  8. Casey.Agustin.Ralph

    For anyone in San Francisco, Cole Hardware is giving away free quarts of Kensington & Clark paint this weekend (including custom colors). It was highly rated by experts so of this freebie, may also work in Ace Hardware stores elsewhere in the country.

  9. Aliyah.666

    My mom and I really decorated my dorm room. It looked great! We painted, and signed an agreement that we would either repaint an color or people to specifically demand that room and over the agreement. That was no trouble, as the colors were all and the cinderblock walls needed all the they could get. We also achieve down a carpet remnant for “wall to wall” carpet and sold that to the folks.It was all really, really nice-looking. However, looking advantage on it I am not I was psychologically well-served by partnering with my mom to it so * (we had fun, but still, it considerate of tied me to my self at a time when the thing kids are doing is reinventing and building their * selves).

  10. Lina@696

    @TexanMarmot I the kitchen turned out fantabulously.I agree that beadboard dates it a but not that much. I would preferred to explore (and more slimmer) wrought iron brackets for the shelving, the fresh one are a bit too (IMHO) and a bit too country. But, there is a floor (lovely!) and the island as well. It would a nicely done update with not too $ spent. If they resolve to replace the cabinetry down the road, it will be a of cake.Four thumbs up.

  11. Amanda-Dana

    Currently a communicator and categoriser, using Pinterest to pins of kids rooms / interiors since this relates to the products my business sell. I it to together inspiration for the blog, facebook posts and the like, and to be able to recommend my boards to readers/customers as a to for inspiration.I dream of being a personal collector though, but currently limit my pinning activity to the above since I pinning addiction and the time it would up!When I eventually around to doing up a or planning a themed party or exotic fling I will and boards to communicate to the one person who needs to “get it” most but sadly usually fails to “get it” when I try to describe ideas – my husband!

  12. JocelynJazmineTabitha

    I the crimson hooks – we also been trying to figure out a fun alternative to a coat rack and this is what we came up with – the knobs came from Anthroplogie clearance they are * into something we found at a antique store I bear it is farm equipment??

  13. CelineHadassah

    Hi, Me Next.It is a medicine cabinet- it is by Affinia the Basix line. I wanted something with simple lines and I liked this one a lot. It fits the “square” theme, I had in the room.The shelves are actually from Bed, Bath and Beyond- the cheapest things in the room!! I had originally picked out a different shelf, but it was too deep, I needed a shallower depth over the toilet.The larger tiles are actually 3 different size tiles in a “random” pattern- 4×4, 4×8 and 8×8. They are from the Modulus line by Trikeenan- however, I they were expensive for how they came out, I you might be able to something similar, cheaper. These are handmade (and up close) but I would probably something a bit cheaper if I did it again.

  14. Juliette Leila Ryann

    I second all the comments about embracing the dark – I lived in a converted windowless basement with NO light, and ended up painting the wall my bed black grey – it was dark, but in a changeable expressive of way. I felt it was more intentional looking. I a lot of linen and tried to embrace a sort of Norwegian winter vibe.I also hung cafe lights from the ceiling above the bed. That way, when I was lying in bed, I could pretend it was dark because I was in a Parisian cafe at night, not because I was sleeping in a windowless vault.Last Note: If you sleep in a windowless room, know that that is technically against fire code, because you not a second means of egress. At the least, a fire extinguisher next to your bed (this is doubly accurate if you are using hot colorful bulbs to the gloom away).

  15. Jace2005

    The first book from childhood that I really remember is The Princess Who Grew Down (1968). Clearly, on one level, it is princess book. However, at its core, it is a lesson in actions having consequences…. and the ability of a woman (or lady) to solve her problem.

  16. Peter66

    i would to bamboo blinds, like, deli-style or a upgrade. but would be as baffled as you are on where to mount them. your windows IN? it looks that would be the only way, with that rollerblind on the outside.also at fabrics from bonnee sharp/ studio bon. i some of that might be your style, if what you want is patterned curtains.

  17. Timothy1983

    I am sorry to hear about the setback! Since I myself am in the middle of a kitchen reno I your frustration. I found out that the sink I ordered in fact comes without the whole sink strainer so I will to it separately.Or, I found out a of flooring was missing under one of the existing cabinets which meant another to a store to a to patch it up with and the appropriate screws. Hang in there!

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