White subway tile is both a timeless and trendy material to use for your kitchen backsplash. However, with the amount it’s used, many designers and homeowners are opting for a look that separates their kitchen from the pack.
To help make that vision a reality, Walker Zanger has a variety of options for backsplashes for kitchens that serve as alternatives to white subway tile and help you achieve a design that can bring both excitement in your finished result, and confidence in your investment.
Exploring a Variety of Tile and Stone Options for Kitchen Backsplashes
Our Studio Moderne Petite Imperial Pattern Decorative Field can bring visual interest and a touch of boldness without feeling out of place, and a variety of color options help you bring your design vision to life. Studio Moderne also features a variety of other eye-catching shapes as part of our Studio Moderne Stone Collection, with options like our Hollywood Mosaic and Claremont ready to provide a touch of artistry, dimension, and elegance to set your kitchen apart.
To elevate your design even further, our Ellington collection features luxurious marble and limestone with metallic accents that add sophisticated glamor to any kitchen design. Our Andalucia collection can help you move the other way with your design, offering a simple, handcrafted look in a variety of shapes.
Finally, our Duquesa Collection of hand-painted mosaic tiles offers a true one-of-a-kind look for your kitchen space, helping you craft a rich, vintage result that is sure to impress.
These are simply a few of the options available for those looking to step away from subway tile. However, if you’re committed to the shape and look of subway tile, there are still ways to elevate your final product.
Choosing a New Color for Subway Tile for Your Backsplash
If you just want to stray from the ever-popular white subway tile without losing its classic look and feel, Walker Zanger has the answers.
Our Harper Collection of ceramic subway tile comes in a wide range of appealing shades, from Sandalwood to Sky and Ocean. These rich, gloss glazes add a premium feel and allow you to flex your design muscles outside of the classic white subway tile.
Our City Bricks tiles also offer some much-needed variety in subway tile color options, and our Cafe presents even more versatility. Finally, stone 3×9 fields from our Jet Set collection and our 3×8 stone field options in our Shift collection can widen your palette further and add texture that presents interest and unique design choices.