Black Kitchen Backsplash of Cafe Theme
Black kitchen backsplash – Cafe kitchen can be a theatrical backdrop for a morning cup of coffee with a backsplash that evokes a coffee bar or bistro in Italy or France. The backsplash is the ideal vehicle for an international coffee culture design treatment. It can really pop in a slick, well-designed space, but its relatively small size keeps any café style from turning into kitsch and overwhelming the space. Imitating Art Deco design of French cafe bistro chairs with small black tiles in a chevron. Alternate tile colors designed to capture the look of woven rattan, and fill the rest with all cream colored tiles. If this backsplash needs a border, use small rectangular black tiles same width as the rest of the tiles, but half-height, to create a basic black tile edge for bistro chair design. Paint the wall above a matching semi-gloss cream or a deep terra cotta eggshell.
Install a colorful tile mural depicting a French café scene behind the hob. Use tile black kitchen backsplash. Gray-veined white marble or polished black granite countertops keep the look of a real café working kitchen. Hang a row of thick China coffee cups from hooks in front of the copper tiles. Or tell a story tile by tile with artist-designed coffee tiles that depict coffee plant, old-fashioned coffee grinders, steaming cups of java and jute sacks of beans. Find tiles as those on Interior tile galleries or online and group them or use individually, surrounded by solid color tiles that pick a color in the painted tile.
Using all black kitchen backsplash but randomly place a tile, decorated with coffee drawings among the white tiles. Cartoon-style tiles could display different types of coffee cups, from espresso cups to cafe bowls for latté cups to cardboard takeout coffee cups. Or choose tiles that spell out the name of a French bistro in rolled decorative fin de siècle letters and put them in the white tiles. Black and white tiled floors and a white kitchen will both integrate and present backsplash. Blackboard paint on a cabinet facing, intimate with a chalked recipe or shopping notes, completes the illusion of a Parisian café.