Blue kitchen backsplash – Volga Blue granite is one of the more durable granite on the market today for use in kitchen countertops. The Volga is a dark blue stone, consisting of mica and quartz in a flecked pattern, often with flickering, vibrant blue stripes. Give your kitchen or bathroom an aquatic look by using tumbled marble tiles in different shades of blue. Use aqua blue, navy blue, baby blue, faded blue and light blue pieces to create the backsplash. Install the small rectangle tiles in a random pattern. If the backsplash in the kitchen, add an aquatic mural above the stove. Using a fish-patterned mural with an aqueous based or a sailboat mural with water and sky background.
If the kitchen is modern in style, you may consider using blue glass tiles for the blue kitchen backsplash. Match the color of the glass to the blue fleck in granite and drive glass tile backsplash area. Blue Volga blue is deep, vibrant and reflective, making it the perfect complement to any style of glass tiles. If the kitchen design is already taken, consider a subtle backsplash that picks up the color of the disc without competing with it. Choose a white or off-white square tile to the field in the backsplash. Install it on a diagonal, and all four full tiles cut in a blue tile accent to match the color of blue in the kitchen. Use this same color blue to hit the tiles behind the stove for extra color and interest. Continuing the same pattern inside the frame for a coordinated look.
If the kitchen backsplash is a need for a focal point, create a dramatic splash of color right behind the hob. Select several shades of bright blue mosaic tiles, complementing the shade of blue in the counter as a perfect blue kitchen backsplash. Mix these colors in a random pattern. The light will hit each tile individually, to create a flickering field of depth and color. Driving a single line of these mosaics through a simple field of subway tiles along the tops of binding together the design while keeping the eye focused on the backsplash.