find fresh options to popular style patterns in our online series, updated Classics.
Classic pick: A subway-style backsplash. flip with our pages as well as it’s ordinary to see: at H&H, we have a thing for white train tile. There’s something about the clean, neutral backdrop it produces that never seems to go out of style, so it’s a fixture in house as well as expert kitchens for great reason.
Fresh spin: A geometric tile. This year, when designer Sarah Hartill mounted a white hexagonal backsplash in our Ikea makeover-winning kitchen, she provided a fantastic alternate to the traditional subway-tile route. Going for a less-conventional shape is a simple method to put your own stamp on your area without veering into too-trendy territory, plus it feels just as crisp as well as bright. as well as why not take your cue from Sarah’s work as well as set up it only as high as your upper shelving? This will save on material costs if you want to splurge on a special design, while still protecting your walls from inevitable kitchen area messes.