5 Kitchen Backsplash Tiles To Pair With Wood Cabinets

In recent years, homeowners and interior designers have warmly welcomed the introduction of wooden cabinets in the design industry. The wood cabinets are easy to maintain, long-lasting, strong, aesthetically appealing, and durable. And the utmost rich and luxe appearance is what makes wooden cabinets a popular option in the last decade. And do you know what makes them a showstopper? Well, yes - the backsplash tiles

Picking the best backsplash tiles to go with wood cabinets can be quite a fun task. Depending upon the type of wood stain (light or dark, warm or cool) - the color of the backsplash tile can be determined. Let’s have a look at our top 5 picks of backsplash tiles to go with wood cabinets.


Must Read: The Ultimate Guide To Kitchen Cabinet Wood Colors

Brown Backsplash Tile

1- brown backsplash tile

Especially if you have a dual kitchen with upper white cabinets and lower white oak wood cabinets - choose the brown backsplash tiles to go! This monochromatic look is absolutely timeless and will always make your kitchen appear refreshed and updated, even years coming down the line. Pair with matte black hardware and pull handles and satin chrome sanitary fixtures for the best results.

Peach Backsplash Tile

Peach Backsplash Tile

Walnut kitchen cabinets share synonyms with royalty and sophistication. This wood stain is medium to dark-toned and has a tinge of red/peach/pink to utterly add a sense of warmth and welcomeness. A backsplash tile color that will absolutely complement is pink, peach, or even lighter rust! Don’t shy away from adding satin chrome to the sanitary fixtures and a rose gold finish to the hardware and pull handles.

White Backsplash Tile

White Backsplash Tile

Classic and contemporary, the white backsplash tiles make a timeless option for wood cabinets. Whether you’re looking to style with walnut, mahogany, white oak, red oak, or beech wood - the white backsplash tiles will always complement seamlessly. Ensure that you choose a textured, matte, or non-glossy surface to go with wooden cabinets.

Slate Green Backsplash Tile

Slate Green Backsplash Tile

With your neutral-stained wood cabinets such as beech wood, white oak, and hickory - choose slate green or green-gray for the backsplash tiles. This subtle color tends to play a neutral character and further imbibe a sense of nature and serenity in the kitchen. And let’s not ignore the cherry-on-the-top - the intriguing hexagonal shape on the kitchen walls as well as the kitchen floors.

Patterned Backsplash Tile

5- patterned tiles

You can always make your kitchen appear visually attractive and sophisticated by adding wooden cabinets! And with the help of patterned tiles, you can further achieve the desired look. This kitchen perfectly showcases the blend of wooden upper cabinets, multicolored backsplash tiles, and lower white cabinets. Flawless much, right?

Wooden cabinets have the potential to play a bold accent in any home! All you need is a subtle and soothing backsplash tile that can further play a beautiful backdrop without interfering with the vibe. So, which kitchen backsplash tile intrigued you the most? Well, if you tend to style with one  - do share pictures and let us know your thoughts in the comments below. 

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