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20 DIY Kitchen Backsplash Projects To Give Your Kitchen An Impressive Look

A DIY kitchen backsplash will provide a newly renovated kitchen with a finished look, or it can give an outdated kitchen a quick and easy facelift. A variety of materials can be used for the do-it-yourself job, perhaps some you have not even considered. Kitchen wall tiles are the go-to material to use, but these backsplash ideas for kitchen can show you unique ways in which to install wall tiles so you can create a one-of-a-kind look for the heart of your home. Check out these 20 DIY modern kitchen backsplash ideas and get busy updating your home.

  1. Beadboard Backsplash

Check out these kitchen backsplash pictures that will show you how to use easy-to-install beadboard. Beadboard is durable, affordable and can be painted or stained to any desired color.

Beadboard Backsplash

  1. Garden Stone Backsplash

This classic DIY backsplash can be used in modern or rustic kitchens, or any style in-between. Garden stones are natural and their natural roundness will bring a soft edge into a room that typically has many sharp edges.

Garden Stone Backsplash

  1. Chalk Board Paint

Here is a great idea for bringing a black and white kitchen into a modern and cohesive look. Use chalk board paint to paint the backsplash, then use chalk to create a design, such as this chevron pattern idea.

Chalk Board Paint

  1. Tile Backsplash

Classic and beautiful, tiles can create a variety of looks for any kitchen. Check out these tile ideas and follow the easy DIY instruction on tiling a backsplash.

Tile Backsplash

  1. Stainless Steel Backsplash

Stainless steel is a timeless and durable material that will add an industrial touch to any kitchen. Also, light will reflect off of the shiny steel surface and make the kitchen brighter.

Stainless Steel Backsplash

  1. Faux Stone

Consider using a faux stone if you like the look of real stone. The fake stone backsplash idea for the kitchen provides the look without  grouting, tedious installation or heavy weight on the wall.

backsplash idea for the kitchen

  1. Tongue and Groove Wood

Tongue and groove wood is easy to install on any surface of a home, including the wall area between the countertop and upper cabinets. Easy to install and inexpensive, tongue and groove wood can be painted or stained to match any decor.

Tongue and Groove Wood

  1. Mosaic Backsplash

Follow these step-by-step instruction to create a unique and beautiful mosaic backsplash. The backsplash installation is easy and the results are stunning.

Mosaic Backsplash

  1. Vinyl Flooring Backsplash

This unique idea takes the flooring and puts in up on the wall, and the result are astounding. Super easy to install, leftover peel-and-stick vinyl flooring pieces can easily be custom cut, adhered to the wall, then painted. No one will ever guess this easy kitchen backsplash is actually flooring material.

Vinyl Flooring Backsplash

  1. Wine Cork Backsplash

If you have a stash of wine corks that you wonder what to do with, here’s the perfect idea. Create a unique and durable DIY wine cork backsplash using this pictorial idea.

wine cork backsplash

  1. Tile Backsplash

Not just the ordinary ho-hum tile ideas, but check out these unique kitchen backsplash pictures that show you how to use tile to create a fresh and modern look.

Tile Backsplash

  1. Fishscale Tile

Here is another unique way to use wall tile to create a WOW factor kitchen backsplash. Use this attractive fishscale tile design to create a separation of space within the kitchen, such as a wine area or desk area.

Fishscale Tile

  1. How to Tile

With all the options wall tile provides, knowing how to tile a backsplash is a desirable talent to have. This in-depth tutorial will teach you how to tile so you can confidently create a unique DIY backsplash in your home kitchen.

DIY backsplash in your home kitchen

  1. Beadboard Update

Give any kitchen a quick and easy facelift with easy-to-install beadboard. Paint the beadboard with a washable paint and you’ll have a high-end look that is functional and inexpensive. See the detail for this diy kitchen backsplash.

diy kitchen backsplash

  1. Herring Bone Wood Design

The herring bone pattern is a timeless classic that show up in everything from fashion to home design, and it makes a perfect design for a DIY kitchen backsplash. Follow these instructions for creating your own DIY herring bone pattern from wood to update your kitchen.

Herring Bone Wood Design

  1. CD Mosaic

Old, scratched, unwanted CD’s can be transformed into a bright, new, light-reflecting kitchen backsplash that will be the WOW factor of your kitchen. Check out these pictures and follow these instructions to give new life to old CD’s and an outdated kitchen.

kitchen backsplash

  1. Easy Tile

Here is an easy and colorful way to install DIY tile for a kitchen backsplash. This idea will allow you to transform the look of your kitchen in just a couple of hours, and it won’t break the budget.

DIY tile for a kitchen backsplash

  1. Faux Brick Backsplash

No one will know it’s not real brick, except you. Look at these pictures and follow the easy instructions to create a faux brick backsplash in your kitchen.

Faux Brick Backsplash

  1. Copper Penny Backsplash

Transform that jar of pennies you’ve been saving into a unique and beautiful copper penny kitchen backsplash using this idea. Light-reflecting and way out of the ordinary, this penny idea will update your kitchen and save you many dollars.

Copper Penny Backsplash

  1. Coffee Bean Backsplash

Here is a kitchen backsplash that is perfect for a coffee lover or coffee house – a backsplash that incorporates real coffee beans into the design. A simple DIY project when you follow these instructions.

Coffee Bean Backsplash

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