Go With an Urban Classic
Choose white subway tile for the backsplash of a kitchen with white cabinets. The tile has enough inherent style to create interest but the color preserves the expansive feel of all that white, says One Kindesign.
Keeping this in view, can you do white backsplash with white cabinets?
2. Backsplash Layout Patterns. We absolutely love fun backsplash paired with white cabinets because you can mix and match colors, patterns, and designs throughout your kitchen to create your own customized look.
People also ask, what colors go well with white subway tile?
White subway tile can get complimented by a rich, chocolate brown grout color to help bring out a sense of coziness in a farmhouse chic design. Or, you can bring in a light blue grout color to soften an otherwise gray, coastal design.
What is subway tile?
Subway tile gets its name from the look of the tiles in the New York City subway system, though those early tiles were actually made of white glass. Subway tile is by definition a rectangular, thick, low-fired, glazed ceramic tile, traditionally 3″ by 6″, though it comes in a variety of sizes for home use.