Kitchen Tile

Tasteful Touches

TASTEFUL TOUCHES

A pleasing selection of tile for your kitchen
of unmatched style & value

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Backsplash

Kitchen backsplashes aren’t just for protecting the walls from spills and splatters anymore. Use your backsplash as the canvas for your own unique design statement with tile choices from a wide array of eye-catching styles, colors and materials.

Subway

A clean, timeless backdrop for cooking & entertaining.

Herringbone

Sophisticated twists to create eye-catching focal points.

Basketweave

Kitchen design elements come together with a unifying pattern.

Lantern & Arabesque

Ornate, intricate details for added depth in your kitchen’s design.

Mini-Brick

As an accent or full backsplash, it creates visual interest.

Interlocking

Attractive linear design achieves a high-end look for less.

Accent & Decorative

Accent or border tiles create multiple points of interest.

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Flooring

Find tile options in a vast array styles, colors and finishes to accentuate or define the look of any room.

Stone Look Porcelain

Get the beauty of natural stone in the durability porcelain.

Wood Look

Give your kitchen floors more texture and warmth.

Fabric Look

Bring a softer, comforting feel to a hardworking space.

Top 7 Tips to
Consider

Check out the best advice and inspiration for selecting the right tile for your kitchen

Grout color

1. A patterned tile over the range to creates a dynamic focal point for your kitchen.

smaller rooms

2. Decorative accents add visual interest to kitchen backsplashes.

natural element

3. Apply different colors of grout to change the look of your backsplash.

Tiled floors

4. Consider how you use your kitchen when choosing flooring. Stone offers a high end look, but should be sealed. Porcelain is durable and easy to clean. Ceramic is economical and easy to clean.

Large wall

5. Wood look porcelain tiles are engineered to give kitchen floors a natural warmth and feel that can withstand spills and stains.

Accent walls

6. For a larger space, try a large format tile to emphasize the look and pattern. For a smaller space, go with a smaller sized tile to make the space look larger.

Heated flooring systems

7. If the vertical surfaces in your kitchen are dark, try using lighter colors for the horizontal surfaces to contrast, or vice versa.

More About Kitchen Tile

Of course, tile is an excellent material for covering floors, walls, backsplashes and more. And at The Home Depot, you’ll not only find tile options in an endless array of styles, colors, textures and patterns, we’ve got some terrific ideas to share that will help you with tile projects in every room of your home.