Kitchen Backsplash Pictures

These kitchen backsplash pictures demonstrate how a faux panel can protect your wall from water as well as providing a visual element that ties a room together. Why go for bland paint when you can have fabulous?

Our stone and brick panels are made of durable polyurethane that holds up beautifully year after year with virtually no maintenance. Lighter than real stone and easier to install, they will protect your wall from water and cooking spatter damage.

Great backsplash ideas aren’t exclusive to the kitchen – they can also be incorporated in home bars, wine cellars and bathrooms.

Pair a backsplash with some simple task lighting for a dramatic effect. Contrasting colors can also highlight cabinetry or unify a great room.

Whether your taste runs ultra modern or more country rustic, you’re sure to find a panel that suits your backsplash needs. It’s the perfect marriage of style and function.



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Kitchen Backsplashes

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KB1. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
KB2. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
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KB3. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
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KB4. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
KB5. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Creamy Beige
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KB6. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
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KB7. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
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KB8. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Cajun Stone
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KB9. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Cajun Stone
KB10. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Cajun Stone
KB11. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Birchwood
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KB12. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Birchwood
KB13. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
KB14. Wellington Drystack Boston
KB15. Wellington Drystack Boston
KB16. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
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KB17. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
KB18. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
KB19. Regency Stacked Stone Potomac
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KB20. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Earth
KB21. Carlton Fieldstone Sierra Sand
KB22. Carlton Fieldstone Sierra Sand
KB23. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Birchwood
KB24. Wellington Drystack Espresso
KB25. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
KB26. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
KB27. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Sierra Brown
KB28. Wellington Drystack Earth
KB29. Wellington Drystack Canyon
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KB30. Wellington Drystack Canyon
KB31. Colorado Stacked Stone Desert Sand
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KB32. Regency Stacked Stone Misty Morning
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KB33. Norwich Carolina Random Rock Rusty Tan
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KB34. Norwich Carolina Random Rock Rusty Tan
KB35. Norwich Carolina Random Rock Rusty Tan
KB36. Kentucky Drystack Earth
KB37. Kentucky Drystack Earth
This dry stacked stone backsplash looks elegant and sophisticated. KB38. Wellington Drystack Earth
Home bar designs such as this one using faux stone look truly authentic and inviting. KB39. Carlton Ledgestone Harvest
This home bar design from faux ledgestone brings a truly realistic appeal to the Irish pub theme. KB40. Carlton Ledgestone Harvest
KB41. Regency Stacked Stone Earth
Kitchen backsplash ideas with before-and-after photos of a home bar/wine cellar. KB42. Windsor Random Rock Sedona Red
Professional masonry for your home bar plans is costly but faux stone panels are an affordable and durable alternative. KB43. Windsor Random Rock Sedona Red
A faux stone backsplash creates a stylish setting for this wet bar. KB44. Norwich Colorado Stacked Stone Desert Sand