Today I’m back with 15 DIY Kitchen Backsplash ideas courtesy of HomeTalk. If you’re looking to spruce up your kitchen or your bathroom in the New Year, these might just offer to inspiration you need.
You can click on the graphic above to link directly to the HomeTalk post and see all the tutorials but first, here’s 5 of my favorites from the group:
First up, what do you think of this Wood Shim Herringbone backsplash from DIY Passion? Would you believe me if I said this statement wall cost a mere $4? How crazy is that! I love a good herringbone pattern and I think this looks amazing. It could even be tweaked with some paint…how about a weathered gray or some whitewash?
How clever is this chalkboard subway tile backsplash that Ange from The Blooming Hydrangea created? For $20 and some chalkboard paint she completely transformed her plain kitchen walls.
Moving to the Country created a fabulous herringbone backsplash using only painters tape and paint. I love how it turned out but I’m not sure I’d have the patience to do it myself!!
Remember when I used peel and stick hardwood flooring in my laundry room? Well apparently you can make a really neat backsplash from it too! With a little paint to boot, Jessica from Mom 4 Real turned those faux hardwood planks into quite the thrifty backsplash!
Finally, I still love my DIY peel and stick backsplash that Brian and I tackled earlier this year. While the tile itself cost $11 per square foot (about the same price as other mosaic/subway tile sheets) we didn’t have to buy any tools, adhesive or grout and the whole project was done quite quickly! We still love the tile and it’s holding up just as well as real tile would!