Ceramic tile has been around for thousands of years, and we still haven’t exhausted all the tile style possibilities. Most recently, we’ve seen blue backsplash tile trending on Pinterest and Instagram, and we are amazed by the number of diverse and creative options in this style.
Looking to add a Beautiful Blue Backsplash to your home? Check out these unique looks that incorporate the three Bs.
Retro Blue Mosaic Grid Backsplash
Sometimes it pays to keep things simple. This kitchen backsplash with a pale blue mosaic tile grid provides the perfect backdrop (literally) for this kitchen’s retro style.
Choosing just the right blue backsplash color can be tricky when working around existing cabinets, but the colors in this pastel combination complement each other superbly.
Blue Subway Tile-Inspired Backsplashes
Everyone’s favorite color and the subway tile pattern join forces in this backsplash design, providing a versatile look for every home and space.
With so many different possibilities, we couldn’t choose just one to share with you. In the left photo, muted blue tiles and charcoal grout lines contrast with stark white walls and cabinets so that black accents can define and add a decor pop. For an equally polished but completely different look, the right photo flaunts bright ocean-blue tile, gold fixtures, and warm brown cabinets.
Want even more blue subway tile backsplash inspiration? Here are a few more beauties we found on Instagram:
Full-Wall Blue Backsplash Tile
Who said backsplashes have to stop at a certain point? When you just can’t get enough of your tile design, a full-wall backsplash provides more of your favorite decor element plus the additional protection of ceramic tile’s durability and water, flame, stain, and bacteria resistance.
This tile grid with alternating shades of blue ensures that the kitchen makes a unique statement. Open shelving allows for even more wallspace for us to admire.
Staggered Hexagon Blue Backsplash Tile
Another stunning tile trend, the staggered tile backsplash design takes creativity to the next level. Rather than cut tile to form a straight line, the design ends along the tiles’ natural shape, creating a unique, “unfinished” look.
Hexagons are perfect for this style, since the staggering accentuates their fun honeycomb shape. In this kitchen, high-gloss navy tile grounds the look, creating the perfect balance between playful and elegant.
Blue Tetris Backsplash Tile
These “H”-shaped tiles fit together in a tetris-like fashion to create a backsplash design you’ve probably never seen before. Using a muted color for the grout ensures that the texture of the tile shape creates a uniform appeal.
Patterned Blue Backsplash Tile
As Inspired Spaces Inc puts it, this tile gives us all the feels.
A backsplash is the ideal area to add a decor element without breaking the bank. You can choose to create a backsplash feature in just one area of the room. For example, a backsplash behind your range creates a show-stopping focal point. This patterned tile backsplash gives the kitchen a burst of color and energy and pairs perfectly with the white counters and cabinetry.
Geometric Blue Backsplash Tile
Geometric designs create stunning installations that can vary depending on how the tiles are used together. This kitchen backsplash example creates a kaleidoscope-like look with pentagon and tile triangles in deep blue and white.
Blue Plaid Backsplash Tile
This kitchen has us mad for plaid! With blue hues of velvet, fluorite, and peacock, the backsplash here takes an innovative approach to a straightforward pattern just by expertly combining colors and shapes of tile.
Blue Scalloped Backsplash Tile
We’re getting strong under-the-sea vibes from this over-the-sink tile. This mermaid-esque scalloped backsplash tile in dark teal looks right at home (and water-resistant, too) amid splashes from the sink and shower.
We hope you’ve found the perfect blue backsplash tile for your home. If you need more inspiration, explore our Creative Blue Backsplash Pinterest board and our Design Gallery for limitless shades of blue, tile shapes, and tile patterns. Yes, we are true blue (couldn’t resist) when we say that with ceramic tile, any design you can imagine is possible!