Marble is a classic building material perfect for adding both beauty and protection around sinks and countertops. From giant slabs to teeny tiles, see the many ways you can incorporate a marble backsplash in your living spaces.
The interior design team at Karen Berke Meyer Home enlivened this neutral kitchen with a herringbone backsplash in honed Carrara marble. The lively pattern truly elevates the cooking space. Note how the white and gray tiles mirror the luxurious marble countertop.
When renovating this modern kitchen, Daniela Benloulou Interiors installed a pretty backsplash made up of hexagon tiles in polished, Thassos marble. The natural stone material is the same crisp color of refined sugar. We love how the subtle, repeating pattern of the bright white tiles offsets the colorful floor.
Get the elegant and luxurious look of marble with this idea by Julie Couch Interior Design. The design team gave this modern farmhouse bathroom a chic lift with a marble waterfall-inspired vanity with a small matching backsplash.
A marble slab backsplash makes a gorgeous statement in this cooking space by Ella Scott Design. The white stone features vibrant blue veins in a dramatic diagonal pattern. It transforms what could have been just a traditional kitchen into an extraordinarily beautiful space for preparing meals and entertaining.
Marble comes in many colors that can be beautifully mixed and matched. Strickland Mateljan Architecture installed both white and black marble countertops in this contemporary kitchen. The slab backsplash is white Himalaya marble. This particular piece was cherry-picked for its subtle yet lovely gray veins.
A drop dead gorgeous powder room by Rachel Halvorson Design combines different marble patterns to an excellent effect. The chunky gray marble sink comes with a matching backsplash. Notice how the gray veins in both lean in the same direction creating a sense of continuity. Covering the rest of the wall is patterned marble wallpaper in a swirly design. It amplifies the stylish impact of the natural stone sink.
Ellen Grasso and Sons punched up these kitchen walls with marble subway tile. The cool, light gray tiles standout against the warm, beige countertop, which is also marble.
Have you got high ceilings? Make the most of them with a countertop to ceiling backsplash. This transitional kitchen by New River Building Company does just that with a herringbone marble mosaic. It transforms the wall into a stunning focal point. It is exhilarating how the gray and white tiles add exciting contrast to the neutral cooking space.
We mentioned earlier that marble tile comes in many colors and shapes. When making over this wet bar area, Kristen Biagini Designs wanted to create a soothing feeling. So the interior designer went with a backsplash made of blue marble in a fluid wave pattern. Adding to the room’s relaxing vibe is the gray quartz countertop. While this serves as a wet bar backsplash, this is the perfect type of color and tile shape for a tranquil powder room makeover.
Charcoal gray grout gives this Carrara marble tile backsplash in a kitchen wet bar by Studio Dearborn a masculine edge. The grout also mirrors the color of the soapstone countertop. The frosting on this proverbial cake is the brass faucet. It is a chic and classic feature guaranteed to stand the test of time.