Tips & Trends

2022 Kitchen Splashback Tile Trends

21 June 2021

Kitchens have always been the heart of the home, but they’ve become so much more over the last year as we’ve all spent more time living, working, cooking, and learning within our homes.

If your kitchen is in need of a facelift but you have a limited budget, you can make a real difference to the look and feel of your space by updating your kitchen splashback tiles. A kitchen splashback might seem like an insignificant part of your overall kitchen design, but they offer the perfect opportunity to bring texture, colour and character to your space without having to completely overhaul your kitchen design.

As specialists in kitchen tiles in Perth, our consultants have tipped their top trending tiles to take you and your kitchen splashback into 2022 with style.


Moroccan Look Tiles

The imperfect style of Moroccan tiles, also known as Zellige tiles, will see a big revival in homes in 2022. Moroccan look tiles are made from porcelain, but feature the glazed charm and handmade character of the traditional tiles.

You can incorporate these beautifully flawed tiles into any kitchen colour scheme, with a range of tile colours and shapes available.

For a pop of colour, the Zellige Décor Aqua can bring a coastal feel to your kitchen counter. Or to keep things on more of a neutral colour palette, the Zellige White Matt or Zellige Grey both make for stunning kitchen splashback tiles.



FEATURE TILE: Sheer Drap White

FEATURE TILE: Sheer Drap White

Textural Feature Tiles

Textural feature tiles are one way to add character and dimension to your kitchen splashback without being too bold.

The Sheer Drap White feature tile suits a more natural colour palette, working well with warm timber cabinetry and white benchtops.

KitKat Mosaics

Like the name suggests, kit kat mosaics resemble the long, thin shape of the much-loved chocolate and they are a popular choice for mosaic tiles.

These tiles come in a range of colours, but our customers love the rustic look of the Mini Rustic White KitKat tiles and the striking bold colour of the Dark Blue KitKat.

You can give these tiles a more dramatic look by choosing contrasting grout, which enhances the shape of the tile and will give your kitchen splashback a real wow factor.



Pop of Colour

Incorporating a pop of colour into your kitchen splashback is one way to give your kitchen a bold new look. A boldly coloured kitchen splashback works best with simple cabinetry and hardware – let the splashback be the focal point of the space.

On trend colours and hues that we’ll see more of on kitchen splashbacks in 2022 include green, blue and pink.

SPLASHBACK TILE: Artisan Moss Green

SPLASHBACK TILE: Artisan Moss Green

Green Tiles

To combine two trends in one, we love the green tonal variation and square shape of Moroccan style Artisan Moss Green kitchen splashback tiles.

Mini Green KitKat tiles also tick the two trends box – they are a simple yet effective way to add some colour and character to your kitchen splashback.

Blue Tiles

Take advantage of the traditional beauty of encaustic look tiles by incorporating Picasso Palm Beach Blue tiles on your kitchen splashback. Or for fans of Moroccan style tiles, the La Riviera Blue Reef tile offers character, charm, and a stunning blue colour that would suit a range of kitchen styles.

KITCHEN TILE: Artisan Rose Mallow

KITCHEN TILE: Artisan Rose Mallow

Pink Tiles

Not everyone would think about using pink tiles in their home, but the glamorous and textured look of the Artisan Rose Mallow might just be enough to convert the naysayers.

Visit Myaree Ceramics for Splashback Tiles

Whether you are envisioning a kitchen makeover for your forever home or you’re in the thick of the building process for a new home, it is worthwhile making a trip to Myaree Ceramics.

At Myaree Ceramics, we pride ourselves on providing top quality service and advice to match the quality of our kitchen splashback tiles in Perth.

To find out more about our range of tiles, include splashback tiles, contact the team at Myaree Ceramics.