TRAVERTINE KITCHEN BACKSPLASH IDEAS – Travertine is a type of rock that is notable for looking cream and whitish. Travertine is used as a building material, like flooring and backsplash.
Travertine kitchen backsplash differs from modern tiles that typically look glossy. Travertine looks natural and coarse at glance. Find out more about how this material feels peaceful for your kitchen backsplash.
- Conventional, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
- Aging, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
- Traditional, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
- Warm, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
- Vintage, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
- Smooth, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
- Interesting, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
- Creative, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
- Alluring, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
- Modern, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
Conventional, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
Travertine has a certain charm that attracts interior enthusiasts. This backsplash provides a simple example of travertine. At a glance, travertine in this backsplash looks slightly rough. Yet, this what makes travertine in this picture seems very natural.
The backsplash contains cream and whitish travertine tiles in fair squares. We call this conventional one because of the tile order. Each of the travertine tiles neatly lies to one another. The backsplash matches with the kitchen’s countertop that looks cream.
As a fine starter, you can select this model that result in comfortable and homey backsplash feelings.
Aging, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
You may wonder why we categorize our second idea as aging, travertine backsplash? Do you see that travertine tiles in this backsplash seem to peel off? You can spot on that from whitish cavities in some of the travertine tiles.
That leads us to say that travertine tiles in this kitchen backsplash see aging. And of course, we don’t bring this up without any reasons. This backsplash somehow shows enduring beauty and characteristic for us.
The backsplash remains lovely and peaceful to look at. The aging tone from the tiles instead reminds us of personal care indicated by the tiles.
Traditional, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
We call our third idea as traditional, travertine kitchen backsplash because the tiles take shape in bricks. Bricks, especially red bricks, have been popular in traditional and modern kitchens.
This backsplash uses travertine tiles that are well-ordered. Cream and white appear strong in this backsplash. As a variation, the backsplash reverses the order of some travertine tiles as you can view the squared area next to the sink.
The backsplash matches with the overall kitchen’s look that wishes to bring up modern and traditional values.
Warm, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
Unlike the previous ideas, this backsplash prefers travertine tiles that contain strong brownish hue. You can still see whitish tone but not as much as those in the earlier concepts. As such, the travertine tiles look fresh and warm.
You may find it hard to differentiate the travertine tiles with red bricks. The travertine tiles are well-ordered in a horizontal way. To cut the conventional look, the backsplash includes the large, squared area that contains patterned travertine tiles.
In overall, the backsplash seems warm and classic that matches with the kitchen hood.
Vintage, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
Neutral colors that mostly appear from travertine tiles turn them close to a vintage look. This backsplash provides a good example of this sub backsplash feeling. The backsplash contains squared travertine tiles that are put in a skewed order.
Each of the travertine tile in this backsplash takes the soft shade of brown, some seem to prefer the dark shade of brown. White borders appear in the tiles. The backsplash puts the lovely decoration in forms of the white circles with a unique pattern.
That simple variation turns the whole kitchen looking elegant, too.
Smooth, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
The sixth of our 10 travertine kitchen backsplash ideas prefer travertine tiles that seem very soft. The backsplash uses travertine tiles with a strong cream tone. So strong that the travertine tiles look whitish, especially when the lights are on like this picture shows.
The backsplash uses squared travertine tiles under two patterns. The first one refers to the travertine tiles that are put in a skewed order. Furthermore, the backsplash creates a large, squared area that contains travertine tiles that are put in conventional order.
Black dots and black squares provide contrary variations.
Interesting, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
The backsplash chooses a strong whitish hue from travertine tiles. The backsplash uses squared travertine tiles that put forward white to brown. As a result, the travertine tiles look milky. Pure and neutral, the backsplash takes a lovely turn.
The variation lies in the rectangular area within this backsplash. Bordered by super small, brown tiles, this area arranges the travertine tiles with the brown tiles in a skewed manner. The overall area looks lovely and attractive.
The kitchen thus obtains a softer balance from the backsplash after elegant, striking brownish hue that comes from the cabinetry.
Creative, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
Probably, you don’t get this whole creative idea from this picture. What makes this backsplash unique from the previous ones, anyway? Take a look at the borders of the travertine tiles in this image.
Instead of white edges, the travertine tiles have brown borders, that may come from cement. Thus, the overall backsplash feels so strong in brown despite some of them that appear whitish.
The backsplash corresponds with the kitchen’s countertop that uses natural stone in the brownish tone.
Alluring, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
Unlike many of the previous ideas that utilize slightly rough travertine tiles, you won’t find that impression from this concept. The backsplash attaches travertine tiles that seem polished and modern.
The backsplash uses squared, travertine tiles that are ordered in skewed and horizontal manners. As a variation, the backsplash forms a large, squared area within the backsplash itself. With the white borders, you can view a mosaic lies inside the frame.
That modest design turns this backsplash into something alluring.
Modern, Travertine Kitchen Backsplash
The backsplash that ends this list seems modern because it uses travertine tiles that are cut in relatively small pieces, much like tiles or ceramics. Put in skewed order, the travertine tiles bring forward whitish hue compared to brownish one.
Therefore, the backsplash seems calm and pure. The backsplash contrasts with the kitchen’s countertop that uses black, natural stone. On the other hand, the backsplash supports classic-styled cabinetry and the drawers in this kitchen.
Amid the extra feelings, travertine tiles come down to one ambiance that inspires for house owners out there; peace in their kitchen.