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Trendy and Unique Backsplash Ideas

Subway tile backsplashes are beautiful, but they are also incredibly popular. What if you want a backsplash that your neighbors don't have, what are your options?

We've rounded up some of our favorite backsplashes, both trendy and one of a kind, that are not subway tile. Will they look outdated in 20 years? Only time will tell. All we know is that we love them now and would love to have them in our kitchen! See more kitchen backsplash inspiration on the National Builder Supply blog - http://www.nationalbuildersupply.com/blog/ho...

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  • Miriam I
    Miriam I New York, NY
    These are such beautiful ideas! I'd go for the pink glass, personally. I've never seen a pebble backsplash before. Bernice H this reminds me of that indoor pebble/stone floor path post of yours.Tell your daughter in law she was on trend!
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  • Ruby Gutka
    Ruby Gutka Canada
    Absolutely love the pink one. You could use any color glass
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  • Mssmatch
    Mssmatch Florence, KY
    The glass one is most practical
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  • Fran Barrett
    Fran Barrett Decatur, GA
    I like them all but the pebble one. What a great place for bugs to hide. The pink is my favorite!
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  • Elaine Simmons
    Elaine Simmons Florence, AZ
    Where would you buy colored glass?
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  • National Builder Supply
    Hi Elaine Simmons, here is a great post on Apartment Therapy that provides several resources for buying a colored glass backsplash (see the comments!),
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  • Juju, the Anti-Gardener
    Where do you get colored glass? TY
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  • National Builder Supply
    Hi juju, the Anti-Gardener, here's a post on Apartment Therapy with some great sources.
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  • Jean
    Jean Wimberley, TX
    Elaine Simmons & juju, the Anti-Gardener , why not paint the wall pink (or your color) and use clear glass. Or use wallpaper on the wall and cover with clear glass? Then you can change your back splash when you want.
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  • Matina V
    Matina V Everett, WA
    These are all very creative ideas. Love it.
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  • Britt
    Britt Cumming, GA
    To me it looks like they painted the wall then used glass on top (more practical if you're someone [like me] who would become bored with the color after a short period of time). Plus, I'm not sure that plexiglass wouldn't be safer than glass (if you're a
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