You’re probably used to seeing white penny tile in bathroom – but what about kitchen? These small tiles are a great way to add some texture and pattern to your kitchen. Read on for some of our favorite examples.
Penny tiles add some extra texture for kitchen designs. Variegated colors of tiles enhance effect. A white penny tile looks especially nice with blonde cabinets in kitchen. If you feel daring, you can try white tiles and dark grout. Use only a penny an accent tiles for a backsplash tiles away. And for something completely different: cover a whole penny with granite tiles. I love detail where coved backsplash meets countertop – this is a bit high maintenance, but really lovely.
To change look of your kitchen, replacing its rear wall with something that stands out. While backsplashes are usually made of mosaic or large tiles, you can use anything to make a unique backsplash, including white penny tile. Texture, color and brightness of penny tile create a visually interesting for your kitchen backsplash. Use penny tile or create designs at random inside back wall or sides offering different shades of penny tile combinations. You can achieve look you want and save money to complete this project yourself for a weekend.
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