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Farmhouse backsplash ideas are what we have up our sleeves today. We have gathered together some friends from Instagram because we love their kitchens. Get ready to see some delicious kitchens.

Farmhouse Backsplash

If you're looking to do a simple remodel in your kitchen or a total gut job, we think you'll want to consider some of these farmhouse backsplash ideas in your home.

We have some great surprises to show you when it comes to farmhouse kitchen backsplashes. There are tile ideas, brick ideas, and even shiplap ideas! Let's not wait any longer. Let's dive in!

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Farmhouse Backsplash

Life With Ginger Lee

Farmhouse Backsplash by Life With Ginger Lee with black and white Spanish design tiles

Ginger Lee has gorgeous black and white Spanish designed tiles as her farmhouse backsplash.

Black and white is such a classic look and allows you to add and change splashes of colors in your room.

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Thermaland Oaks

Farmhouse Backsplash by Thermaland Oaks with rustic stone backsplash

This rustic backsplash is great! Taking stones and using them in your kitchen is super fun and super farmhouse.

Ashley Beseda

Farmhouse Backsplash by Ashley Beseda with distressed white washed brick as a kitchen backspalsh

Ashley's distressed whitewashed brick as a kitchen backsplash is dreamy. It goes with the farmhouse look and allows you to feel swept back in time.

The Creative Copycat

Farmhouse Backsplash by The Creative Copycat with aqua subway tiles

Subway tiles are super trendy when it comes to backsplashes. This aqua color is breathtaking. It ties in the beauty of the kitchen island.

Concrete Cottage

Farmhouse Backsplash by Concrete Cottage with classic white subway tiles

There is nothing wrong with sticking to a classic white when it comes to subway tiles. This is a gorgeous farmhouse kitchen. One that incorporates one of our favorites. Do you see the Rae Dunn pieces?

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At Home With Jenna

We first showed you Jenna's kitchen in our Primitive Christmas Decor post. It only seemed right to point out her beautiful grey and white tile backsplash.

This farmhouse backsplash pulls together her farmhouse kitchen and allows her Rae Dunn to pop in the display cabinets.

Prairie Wood Design

Farmhouse Backsplash by Prairie Wood Design with a shiplap backsplash

When you think of Joann Gaines on Fixer Upper, you immediately know she will add shiplap somewhere in the home. We love this idea of adding that shiplap in the kitchen as the backsplash. If you are looking to add a little more farmhouse feel to your home, consider this idea!

Ferns Nest

Farmhouse Backsplash by Ferns Nest with wainscot as the kitchen backsplash

Wainscot would be a simple DIY farmhouse backsplash. It looks amazing in this farmhouse kitchen! An apron sink, butcher block countertops, and wainscot backsplash is pure perfection.

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Have you fallen in love with our Instagram friend's farmhouse backsplash ideas? We sure have. We've also loved having the chance to share them with you.

If you'd love some more pieces to transform your kitchen into a farmhouse, check out our post, Amazon Finds To Create A Beautiful Farmhouse Kitchen. We shared some great suggestions to tie together your farmhouse kitchen backsplash together to create the perfect look.

Happy Decorating!


Tuesday 11th of February 2020

[…] also huge fans of Jenna's backsplash and featured it in our post, Farmhouse Backsplash To Make Your Kitchen The Talk Of The Town. It's a great post if you're about to do a kitchen makeover and need some […]

Cate Griffing

Thursday 27th of June 2019

These are all beautiful examples of kitchen backsplashes! I personally have white subway tile in my kitchen, that's just because I'm too scared I'd get sick of anything else lol.

Linda McDonald

Friday 28th of June 2019

White subway tile is perfect and very popular. I also have white subway tile. I feel like it will last forever and not go out of style.