1.Rustic Kitchen Backsplash From Old Pallets. The first project on our list features a wonderful rustic backsplash made from the reclaimed wood of old shipping pallets. You can see this backsplash is a great DIY project opportunity for your kitchen because it uses inexpensive materials to create great looking results.
Brick Backsplashes: Rustic and Full of Charm Kitchen backsplashes come in many shapes and sizes, as well as textures! Smooth may be the logical choice, because after all, backsplashes can get messy, and the easier to clean the better.
Using a stencil for a backsplash is an easy way to make your kitchen 100% unique. You can choose favorite lyrics, a poem, or something uniquely meaningful to your family to use as your stencil. This kitchen draws in other farmhouse inspiration from the hanging pine wreaths to the copper mule mugs on the counter-top.
Opt for rustic slate backsplash tile in a kitchen that is heavily inspired by the jewel tones of the earth, from dark onyx black to more exotic greens and golds. Your kitchen will benefit from the one-of-a-kind natural beauty that slate can offer.
This textured, rustic backsplash makes it look as if this kitchen by Hamilton-Gray Design is fully constructed of stone. But, in fact, the quartzite material actually comes in pieces that are applied just like tile, making it a viable choice even in a home with plaster or sheetrock walls.
An even simpler DIY kitchen backsplash idea is to cut larger sheets of patterned vinyl based on the size of your backsplash and cover the backsplash area like wallpaper. The vinyl is