Ceramic Backsplash Tile for Kitchen and Bathroom
Your backsplash can be a unique work of art. Each tile is handmade, sgraffito-carved and glazed in our rich glazes. Edges are flat to facilitate grouting. Surfaces are cleanable and water resistant.
Tree of Life Backsplash
This 24″ x 24″ mural was commissioned by a couple in Washington state who wanted a Tree of Life backsplash to grout in behind their stove, against a granite countertop. They were drawn to our Tree of Life design because they have a painting of a tree in their home.
They sent us this image of a tree painting that is the centerpiece of their home.
An image of the wall behind their stove where the tiles will be installed.
Here is the piece, installed:
The homeowners are very happy with the piece. Here’s what they had to say:
Art as Backsplash
This piece, “Players,” is installed as a kitchen backsplash for a client in Annapolis, MD. Read more about the piece and how it was created here.
Botanical Backsplash for Outdoor Installation
This backsplash was commissioned for a residential installation in an outdoor kitchen. The tiles are glazed in Jade and Olive.
Stay tuned for installation shots!
Natalie Blake Studios Tiles Featured in New England Home Magazine
The studio’s Botanical tiles are pictured in the Elements section of New England Home’s October issue.
The section highlights “striking kitchen and bath materials from around New England.” As the write-up explains, “Natalie Blake Studios uses the technique called sgraffito for its undulating tiles, carving free-hand to ensure the unique character and exquisite delicacy of each one. As functional as they are beautiful, they would make a sensational backsplash, though many of the studio’s clients hang them on the wall as art.”
We are proud to be a New England-made source for fine wall art and backsplash tile.
Here are two versions of the tile mural, one in cream, one in honey:
The mural certainly makes a beautiful backsplash:
These tiles are shape tiles with a flower design. The tiles are glazed in cashew, jade and honey:
Here’s the backsplash in burgandy:
This piece was commissioned for a hospital lobby but we think it would make a great backsplash.
Here’s a new piece we made for a client in Washington, DC. The piece is 36″ w x 60″ h and is grouted in place in her shower. It is glazed in Robin’s Egg, Jade and Honey overspray.
Here’s an example of how just a few tiles can brighten a kitchen.
These tiles were commissioned for grouting into a mantel above a fireplace but they would look great as kitchen or bathroom backsplash tiles. They are glazed in persimmon.
New Kitchen Backsplash
Natalie Blake Studios recently created these handmade, ceramic, sgraffito-carved tiles for a kitchen backsplash. Contact us to discuss your backsplash ideas.
In researching backsplash ideas on the web, we came across this advice from Tim, at Askthebuilder.com:
“It’s no surprise to me that you keep gravitating to ceramic tile for your backsplash. A tile backsplash will last for years, and will add beauty to your kitchen. I have installed at backsplash locations between the and the underside of wall cabinets for years, and each homeowner was dazzled by the final appearance. Ceramic tile makes sense when you are mulling over backsplash ideas because it is durable, easy to clean, colorful and can add texture to an otherwise dull, flat boring wall space. In recent years, there seems to have been an explosion of new tile colors, patterns, styles and textures, many of which are perfect for areas directly behind a kitchen sink and cooktop areas.”
Unalun tiles are ideally suited for backsplash applications. Unalun tiles can be grouted in place or free hung using our unique hanging system.
Here’s what the Home Garden TV site says about backsplash tile:
“With so many colorful tile choices available today, function is no longer the primary concern for backsplashes. Sometimes it’s all about the beautiful choice. Originally, backsplashes were installed to protect surfaces from water. With so many colorful tile choices available today, function is no longer the primary concern. Backsplashes are now an important design element in the bath.”