The Art of Coordination: Matching a Tile Backsplash with a Kitchen Faucet
Whether you’re choosing a kitchen or bar faucet to match your backsplash or vice versa, careful planning and thought will help you create a consistent look. If a modern bar or prep area with clean lines and lots of light is your goal, you might choose a sleek faucet and tile backsplash. If you’ve got a more traditional space in mind, perhaps a classic silhouette is in order. No matter the look you’re going for, Delta faucets complement (not compete with) many types of tile to suit your kitchen style.
If sleek is your style, the Trinsic Pro Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with Spring Spout in Arctic Stainless pairs well with clear glass to create a symmetrical, modern look. This professional style faucet will let your guests know that you’re serious about cooking.
This Trinsic Single-Handle Pull-Out Kitchen Faucet with a Matte Black finish provides a stark contrast to the clean simplicity of marble tile. The sleek, contemporary faucet demands to be noticed.
If you’ve selected tile with a lot of personality, the Essa Single-Handle Pull-Down Bar/Prep Faucet with Touch2O Technology is a great accent that won’t steal thunder. The faucet shines in Chrome and mirrors the reflective surface of the asymmetrical green glass tile.
The Leland Single-Handle Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with Soap Dispenser in Arctic Stainless creates a clean tableau when paired with traditional white subway tile. The dark grout makes the bright tile pop from the background and ensures easy cleanup.
Want to create a cool, dark look in your bar area? The Addison Single-Handle Pull-Down Bar/Prep Faucet in Arctic Stainless finish shines against a handsome backdrop of transitional multicolored glass tile with crisp, white grout.
Not wild about tile? If you’re looking to update a traditional kitchen to something a bit more natural, consider the Lakeview Pull-Down Kitchen Faucet with soap dispenser. Create an earthy look in your kitchen by pairing it with wood-look tile.