- If your interior design includes a gold, brown and black color theme, you can design a backsplash with coordinating ceramic tile. Ceramic tile comes in a wide variety of colors, but the best shades for your motif include white, beige, tan, taupe, gray and black. If your living space already includes colors and patterns, you can opt for a uniform ceramic tile that is all the same size and color. Otherwise, you can mix and match ceramic tiles to create an attractive backsplash design.
Faux Tin Sheets
- In the 1920s, tin tiles were used to decorate walls and ceilings. Today, you can purchase faux tin tile sheets that can be installed as a backsplash. They are sturdy, but you can cut them with scissors or a box cutter to fit your wall space. Faux tin backsplash sheets come in metallic colors that blend with gold, brown and black room decorations. Tin sheets are inexpensive and relatively easy to install.
Granite or Marble
- Granite or marble tiles can be installed behind a sink as a backsplash. Some granite and marble tiles come as one solid piece, but they are heavy and difficult to install. To get the same look, you can install faux granite or marble tiles that are lightweight and less expensive compared to their genuine counterparts. Black granite or golden marble tiles can be a visually appealing way to incorporate your room colors into the room design.
- Glass tile is an attractive way to create a backsplash. Glass tiles have a modern vibe that is both neutral in color and artistic in design. Due to their fragile nature, glass tiles usually require professional installation. Glass tile complements gold, black and brown home decor and adds a shiny appearance to a wall design. It is considered a low-maintenance material because it is fairly easy to clean.