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61 Trendy Kitchen Stacked Tile Ideas
Stacked tiles are among the major trends in home decor, they are the new classics. Stacked tiles will easily give a trendy feel to your kitchen if you place them on the backsplash or the whole wall. Stacked tiles are usually quite skinny ones, and you may clad them vertically or horizontally, and play with textures, too. Let’s find out more about stacked tiles in the kitchen.
What Tiles Can Be Stacked?
As said above, mostly skinny tiles are stacked, they don’t create a bulky and too square look. The color is up to you, there are all kinds of shades and you may also go for wood-inspired or marble tiles for more interest. I totally love Zellige stacked tiles on the backsplash, they bring not only color and a trendy feel but also texture. Make a bold touch in the space with contrasting tiles or go for matching ones for a serene feel. Contrasting and metallic grout can also make your stacked tiles stand out a lot.
a black kitchen with white countertops, stained shelves, a light green stacked tile backsplash and white countertops
a bold kitchen with olive green cabinetry, a navy and pink stacked tile backsplash, a navy hood, a stained table and a pink tile floor
a chic kitchen in dove grey and light-colored plywood, with white countertops and a white stacked tile backsplash
a chic kitchen in white and stained wood, with a blue stacked tile backsplash is very stylish
a chic matte black mini tile backsplash looks sleek and adds texture and interest to the space making it bold and pretty
a chic modern kitchen with stained lower cabinets, a matte green stacked tile backsplash and an open shelf
a chic modern meets Scandinavian kitchen with a white stacked tile backsplash, stained cabinets and black countertops
a chic modern white kitchen with a navy skinny tile backsplash and amber leather stools
a contemporary kitchen with light-stained and black cabinets, butcherblock countertops and a white stacked tile backsplash
a contrasting contemporary kitchen with black cabinets, white stone countertops and a white stacked tile backsplash
Stacked tiles are a nice solution for many styles: mid-century modern, contemporary, minimalist, Scandinavian, they give an edgy and bold look to anything. They won’t work well in a vintage space, though as this type of layout is for more modern spaces. Stacked tiles also work nice with other types of tiles like fish scale, subway, hexagon and penny ones.
a light-stained kitchen with white countertops and mint blue stacked tiles, white countertops and black handles
a light-stained modern kitchen with a white stacked tile backsplash and white countertops plus tall cork stools
a light-stained oak kitchen with white countertops, an open shelf and a stacked tile backsplash is cool
a mid-century modern kitchen with stained cabinets, a green stacked tile backsplash and black fixtures
a mid-century modern kitchen with stained cabinets, grey stacked tiles and white countertops
a minimalist grey kitchen with a navy hood, wooden shelves and a white stacked tile backsplash
a minimalist stained kitchen with a grey quartz countertop plus a black large scake stacked tile backsplash that takes a whole wall
a minimalist white kitchen with a white stacked tile wall, black countertops and shelves is very chic
a modern contrasting kitchen with white cabinets, a black stacked tile backsplash and metal countertops is extra bold
a modern dark-stained kitchen with white countertops and a terracotta tile stacked backsplash plus black appliances
a modern kitchen with blue cabinets, white countertops, a white stacked tile backsplash, stained shelves and pendant lamps
a modern kitchen with olive green shaker cabinets, black countertops, a black hood and a grey stacked tile backsplash
a modern kitchen with white cabinets, butcherblock countertops, a dark green stacked tile backsplash and metal shelves
a modern stained kitchen with a blue stacked tile backsplash, white countertops is a cool and simple space
What Are Pros and Cons Of Stacking Tiles?
The main advantage is that you get a super contemporary and sleek look that will make your bathroom stand out, this is trend that is here to stay. Such layouts elongate or widen the space visually, which is another plus in our world of small spaces. Stacking tiles is easier than creating other layouts, which means you can do the job yourself.
Some homeowners may be not happy with the look, so if you are going to sell your home some day, keep it in mind. When this trend leaves, such a layout may seem outdated, which is another disadvantage.
a modern white kitchen with butcherblock countertops, a sage green stacked tile backsplash, a dark table and black pendant lamps
a modern white kitchen with shaker cabinets, grey countertops, a Zellige stacked tile backsplash and stained shelves
a navy skinny tile backsplash highlighted with white grout contrasts the white marble part on the left
a neutral kitchen with white cabinets, a blush Zellige stacked tile backsplash, an open shelf and some decor
a neutral serene kitchen with a stacked green Zellige tile backsplash, an open shelf and some lovely decor
a neutral stained wooden kitchen, white shelves and a hood, a blue stacked tile wall and pendant lamps
a Nordic kitchen in dove grey, with a white stacked tile backsplash, touches of black and wooden chairs
a pretty modenr kitchen in white, with white countertops, a matte green stacked tile backsplash and open shelving
a refined grey and white kitchen with white countertops, a tan Zellige tile backsplash and a dark fluted hood is chic
a refined white kitchen with sleek cabinets, a white stacked tile backsplash, a kitchen island and stainless steel fixutres
a rich stained wooden kitchen with black stone countertops, a black skinny tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances
a serene white kitchen with a stacked tile backsplash, shaker cabinets, white countertops and wooden stools
a serene white kitchen with a stacked tile wall, creamy cabinets, open shelves and brass fixtures for more chic
a serene white kitchen with a white stacked tile backsplash, copper fixtures and a white hood is very welcoming
a sleek white kitchen with stone countertops, a stacked tile backsplash, open shelves and built-in appliances
a soot kitchen with a grey stacked tile backsplash, white countertops and black fixtures is a relaxing moody space
a stylish two-tone kitchen with a white stone countertops and a stacked tile backsplash plus brass fixtures
a welcoming neutral kitchen with stained cabinets and open shelves, white countertops and a neutral stacked tile backsplash