Backsplash ideas for industrial kitchens
IDEAS FOR INDUSTRIAL KITCHEN BACK WALLS – Sometimes activities in the kitchen are underestimated. This despite the fact that a person can spend hours washing mountains of dirty dishes or cooking different menus for family dinner.
While our previous articles talked about peaceful and plush kitchen splashback designs, we’re assuming the opposite sentiment. We bring you backsplash for commercial kitchens to get your mind pumping for activities in an efficient and solid way.
Strong, industrial kitchen splashback
Backsplash models for commercial kitchens offer intense and solid motivation when you are tired of preparing breakfast for the whole family. Take inspiration from kitchens in factories that are full of smoke and dust.
Don’t think about pollution right away. Instead, be inspired by the hardworking ethics of all workers in factories. The backsplash shows this picture very well. You can learn that the backsplash looks sleek and sturdy.
The black dominated backsplash doesn’t look gloomy. Thank you for the combined black painted wall and the black, square tiles. The backsplash hopes you don’t delay simple kitchen chores.
Dramatic backsplash of the large kitchen
Not in a dramatic, crying setting like the one you often see in a soap drama. This would result in you cooking and washing dirty dishes as torture activities. The backsplash wants to get creative with black based backsplash instead.
You can choose rectangular tiles with non-glossy material. For a more dramatic effect, paint the walls of your kitchen black as well. The backsplash doesn’t look bleak. The backsplash feels graceful with wooden furniture as seen here.
The backsplash hopes that you can feel a certain style around the kitchen. That in itself is an aesthetic decision.
Fashionable, industrial kitchen splashback
Black becomes the simplest color when you think of industrially inspired kitchen splashbacks. You don’t have to stick to the traditional option of using simple wall, square or rectangular tiles painted black in either horizontal or vertical order.
Our third idea recommends a simple alternative that leads to a fashionable backsplash look for commercial kitchens. The backsplash uses rectangular tiles in black. The tiles are arranged elegantly and impressively.
When you use the minimalist, neutral-looking kitchen like this, the backsplash glows. For this tip, say no to glass tiles to avoid a shiny tone.
Classic, industrial kitchen splashback
Have you visited an old factory that has been in operation for decades? The company is strong, classic and loving. We add the word “love” because no matter what, the owners need so much love and perseverance to make a good living.
This kitchen splashback is inspired by old factories. You can feel this feeling by the brownish stones that pop up. The backsplash matches the kitchen hood, which looks classic and luxurious.
You can choose glass tile or wallpaper with this pattern for a slightly shiny tone.
Glossy, industrial kitchen splashback
Don’t limit yourself to black. You can try other colors for more variations. This time we invite you to play with copper, the natural source of reddish, glowing feeling straight from the earth.
You can tell from this backsplash that this part shines right into the kitchen. The backsplash uses copper, especially the concentrated copper tone, for a slightly dark or elegant tone.
The backsplash comes from the mining industry which has many advantages in our lives. Just like this backsplash that brightens up the entire kitchen.
Impressive, industrial kitchen splashback
After copper, you can use metal. The metal back panel for commercial kitchens was inspired by companies that are in the metal industry or that often use metal for equipment in a factory.
The durable and intensive metal rear wall for large kitchens invites you to emphasize functionality and durability. You can of course choose certain styles that also pay attention to the design. You can choose this recommendation.
The backsplash is simple but impressive and uses the square-in-square concept.
Homely, industrial kitchen splashback
This idea creates a homely feeling from the back wall of the large kitchen and from black. You can use a black board as shown here. This backsplash is inspired by a meeting room in a factory where the blackboard is still used for brainstorming.
We enrich the homely ambience of the large kitchen with backsplash, as you can fill the backsplash with your signature. You can color the backsplash with popular family recipes or motivational words for cooking or loving home-made food and drinks.
By the way, this backsplash looks adorable with an eraser just like we had it at school.
Exceptional upstand for large kitchens
For those who love mosaic design, don’t worry that the industry-inspired backsplash in the kitchen will limit your tastes. Of course, from small, colored tiles, the main attraction of the mosaic style, you can bring lively and cute feelings.
You can practice this backsplash. This backsplash mostly uses neutral small tiles with green as the non-neutral color. The backsplash in particular indicates a certain aspect; layered brown like the tile colors.
This means that the tiles aged along with a factory operation. With the fourth idea, this takes up a similar concept.
Simple, industrial kitchen splashback
For cheaper metal options, consider stainless steel. This metal is so common and easy to find in many hardware stores. Luminous and durable, you can just choose a large stainless steel sheet as seen in this picture.
The back wall matches the gray worktop in the kitchen. Stainless steel is becoming a widespread material in both households and factories. From simple to bulky devices, stainless steel comes in many parts.
Bathroom, subway style, industrial kitchen splashback
You heard that right! You can take inspiration from tiles that fill a public bathroom, including those commonly used in factories. This bathroom tile design is part of the backsplash style of the subway kitchen that flourished in the early 90s.
The backsplash uses rectangular, white tiles with black borders. Slightly shiny and simple, in our opinion you can often find the tiles in nearby hardware stores. You can practice this style when your budget is tight.
All you have to do is adjust the budget with the number of tiles you need for small or large planned back wall coverings.