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Whether it's subway or Moroccan, kitchen tile is nothing new. Usually seen applied as a backsplash, or perhaps as a countertop, these three examples prove that having both creates an unfussy, streamlined look.

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This look seems to be most common with white tiles, which makes sense. A darker or patterned tile could be too visually overwhelming, whereas white keeps the aesthetic very light and clean.

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What do you think? Would you like to have a tiled countertop with a matching backsplash?

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(Images: 1. Trine Thorsen for Elle Decoration via This Is; 2. House to Home; 3. Benita Larsson via The Kitchn)