Ceramic, stone, and glass tiles are the go-to materials of choice for most kitchen backsplashes. If you're looking for something a little more unique than your typical white subway tile, though, take a peek at these 11 DIYable backsplash ideas! 1. Geometric Painted Plywood Backsplash 2. Back-Painted Glass Panel Backsplash 3. Bottle Cap Backsplash 4. Reclaimed Wood Backsplash 5. Mix-and-Match, Quilt-Style Tile Backsplash 6. Fabric Behind Glass Backsplash 7. Lego Backsplash 8. Antiqu...

Eye Candy: 11 Totally Unique DIY Kitchen Backsplash Ideas

Ceramic, stone, and glass tiles are the go-to materials of choice for most kitchen backsplashes. If you're looking for something a little more unique than your typical white subway tile, though, take a peek at these 11 DIYable backsplash ideas! 1. Geometric Painted Plywood Backsplash 2. Back-Painted Glass Panel Backsplash 3. Bottle Cap Backsplash 4. Reclaimed Wood Backsplash 5. Mix-and-Match, Quilt-Style Tile Backsplash 6. Fabric Behind Glass Backsplash 7. Lego Backsplash 8. Antiqu...

Soaring Ceilings and Windows take this living space to new heights!  www.thestillingsgroup.com

Soaring Ceilings and Windows take this living space to new heights! www.thestillingsgroup.com

This 8310 Concetto Brown Agate with the back lighting makes for great entertaining at night. www.caesarstone.ca

This 8310 Concetto Brown Agate with the back lighting makes for great entertaining at night. www.caesarstone.ca

Indonesian Hardwoods, Trade Winds, Pioneer Millworks. My favorite reclaimed wood floor of all!

Indonesian Hardwoods, Trade Winds, Pioneer Millworks. My favorite reclaimed wood floor of all!

Peter fashioned this kitchen table, which rolls, from butcher-block and a salvaged marine steel buoy ball. It was originally exhibited at Anderson-Glover art gallery in Kirkland as part of a one-person show of sculptural furniture.

Peter fashioned this kitchen table, which rolls, from butcher-block and a salvaged marine steel buoy ball. It was originally exhibited at Anderson-Glover art gallery in Kirkland as part of a one-person show of sculptural furniture.

A custom picnic table and built-in bench serve as a dining spot in this country home. Mission-style metal pendant lights illuminate the table’s rich wood surface. Dark-brown cement floors and undyed-linen curtains blend in with the home's natural setting. But this place isn’t as rustic as it appears -- the cabinet in the corner houses a high-end refrigerator.

A custom picnic table and built-in bench serve as a dining spot in this country home. Mission-style metal pendant lights illuminate the table’s rich wood surface. Dark-brown cement floors and undyed-linen curtains blend in with the home's natural setting. But this place isn’t as rustic as it appears -- the cabinet in the corner houses a high-end refrigerator.

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