33 Wet Bar Backsplash Ideas

If you want to spruce up your wet bar, installing a backsplash is a good option to consider. In various designs and styles, a wet bar backsplash can be made from wood, tiles, quartz, natural stone, and other strong materials.

Kitchen with bar, island, high chairs, wet backsplash, wood ceiling, and pendant lights

Many of the types of backsplash materials found work equally well for countertops. If you are looking for ideas to apply to your home bar, here are some examples for inspiration. [toc]

In this open-concept design, the white wet bar backsplash is made from porcelain tiles and supported by a quartz countertop.

Kitchen with wet bar backsplash, hanging lights, and green cabinets

Both the countertop and backsplash are white and offer a clean look to the kitchen, which easily matches the olive green cabinets. Wine glasses are easily accessible from the hanging cabinets above the backsplash. 

Modern kitchen with panel backsplash

This luxury loft features a modern dark gray kitchen with a wet bar backsplash and a wooden crate where wines are kept orderly yet accessible anytime needed. 

Kitchen with center island, wood pallet backsplash, and recessed lights

This luxurious wet bar backsplash features a wooden hanging shelf that houses liquor and glasses for easy access.

The backsplash is in a dark gray stained wood color that looks good with the wooden flooring and corrugated steel siding bar design. It also matches the kitchen’s black quartz countertop. 

Bar with stone backsplash

This luxurious wet bar backsplash is made of faux stone surround, including a large wood cabinet stretching from the floor to almost the ceiling. The large dark brown wooden cabinet houses liquor and wine glasses that act as storage.

Using reclaimed barn wood or weather wood planks, one can create a stylish backdrop that creates visual interest and adds character to a design. Using multiple coats of a polyurethane, or a specific wood sealant designed for kitchens is a good option to help protect the wood surface from splashes from the sink.

Kitchen with 4" granite backsplash

This minimalist kitchenette features a simple wet bar backsplash, where the 4″ backsplash is made from granite, and the bar is contained in a small round tray where the liquor, glasses, and ice are organized. 

Tile Backsplash 

Using tile is affordable and convenient to use as a backsplash. Backsplash tile is often made from ceramic or porcelain.  It is an affordable and durable solution for backsplash that is available in many different styles. If you want to install a tile backsplash in your own kitchen, here are several inspirations to imitate. 

Butlers pantry with tile backsplash, countertop, cabinets, and drawers

This white kitchen has a modern look supported by its white cabinets and black accents. The tile backsplash has white and gray colors that match the white cabinets where the wine glasses are clearly seen. 

Bar with porcelain backsplash, blue cabinets, countertop, and wine cooler

This cool and refreshing kitchen has a blue-and-white concept that applies even to its wet bar backsplash. It has a white tile backsplash that runs as long as the countertop and a blue hanging cabinet where the drink is easy to access. 

Bar with square backsplash and inlay glass holders, cabinets, and drawers

This elegant wet bar backsplash sports a diamond-pattern tile backsplash and a wooden hanging kitchen cabinet. Wine glasses are kept neatly hanging upside down in the cabinet, along with the wines in their own little pockets. 

Plywood bar with mosaic backsplash wall

This office space has a rustic plywood wet bar and a mosaic tile backsplash wall. The large wall of mosaics acts as an accent wall design, providing visual interest and an interesting backdrop.

Bar with textured backsplash tile

The wet bar backsplash made from porcelain in this white kitchen has a tile backsplash and white cabinets where liquor and glasses are displayed neatly on the hanging cabinet, and a glass door beverage fridge is located below the granite countertop. 

Kitchen with countertop, glass backsplash, and white shaker cabinets

The wet bar backsplash in this chic space features a glass subway tile kitchen backsplash and a wet bar nook on the hanging shelf located in the middle of the white cabinets.  

Bar with small backsplash, high chrome stools, glass door, and wood plank floors

This flashy wet bar backsplash sports a tiled backsplash and a counter full of liquor and glasses you can use for a good time. The blue countertop and shelves stand out due to their bright blue color. 

Man cave with bar and mini tiled backsplash, billiards, table, and beautiful lighting

This modern man cave design wet bar has a tile backsplash and a black hanging shelf filled with bottles of liquor displayed with the hanging light that emphasizes them.

In addition to that, the black square mosaic tiled backsplash also adds texture to the entire look. 

Quartz Backsplash 

Quartz is another material usually used to create a sturdy backsplash. It is actually an engineered material that is generally made from 93% quartz mineral aggregates combined with 7% resins, polymers, pigmentation, and fillers. This combination creates a beautiful backsplash material that resembles real natural stone. See our gallery of quartz kitchen backsplash ideas here.

Hallway bar with white quartz backsplash, dark cabinets and sliding pocket door

This hallway wet bar features a beautiful quartz backsplash wall and countertops above dark cabinetry and light wood flooring. A sliding pocket door separates the home bar from the living room, creating a discrete area for mixing drinks and preparing meals.

Glass Backsplash

A glass backsplash is a good material since it is sanitary, durable, and stain-resistant. They offer different shades of color to match practically any style of cabinet or design style. The lack of grout or seams makes them easy to clean and maintain.

Kitchen with bar, and glass slab backsplash

The glass backsplash kitchen looks wonderful surrounded by all the wooden elements, from countertops to bamboo cabinets. Bottles are kept neatly in their own wine cooler storage near the countertops and hanging cabinets.

Wood Backsplash 

Wood is a flexible and affordable material used in renovation, from countertops to backsplash. Here are some wood backsplash ideas you can try for your home. 

Living room with bar and wood paneled backsplash, leather, couch, and range hood

This wet bar backsplash is made from wood, from its countertops to its hanging cabinets. Its light brown color makes the interior look homey and clean. 

Kitchen with wood grain backsplash, countertop, and cabinets

This wooden kitchen has a wooden wet bar backsplash that matches all of the kitchen cabinets. Wines and glasses are arranged neatly on the hanging cabinets in their own respective places. 

Spacious bar with high chairs, and board backsplash

This luxurious wet bar backsplash is made from wood and has an organized shelf installed for liquor keeping. The entire bar matches the wooden theme of the entire room, from the flooring to the walls and the ceiling.

The huge space screams luxury, but the use of wood and the stools somehow showcase a rustic and more homey appeal.  

Dark Shade Bar Backsplash 

A dark-colored shade for a bar backsplash gives it a certain mysterious appeal that looks in-theme and is perfect for the room. Here is an idea of a dark shade bar backsplash you can do for your home. 

Kitchen with center island, stone backsplash, and hanging light

This all-black bar shows a dark shade wet bar countertop that’s a bit lighter than the standard black color.

It matches the look of the entire bar, and the liquor bottles look elegant in the black cabinet with glass doors and yellow lighting that emphasizes the bottles. 

Brick-style Backsplash 

Bricks are materials that offer this rustic elegance to any room—interested in this material for your bar?

Here are ideas that can serve as your inspiration to build a brick-style bar backsplash (Even if you don’t use authentic bricks). 

Beautiful bar with brick backsplash, wood stools, and pendants

This brick-style wet bar backsplash matches the color of the wooden countertop, cabinets, drawers, and chairs. The brown color of the bricks (and all elements all around it) offer a more rustic feel to the area. 

Small bar, wine fridge, multi-color backsplash, cabinet, countertop, sink, and faucet

The brick-style wet bar backsplash is light, contrasting with the cabinets but matching seamlessly with the white countertop. 

Stone stack backsplash with shelves for kitchens

This bar backsplash has a brick-style design with a color and material that match the hanging shelves attached to it, where the glasses and liquor bottles are displayed neatly and creatively, along with the small indoor plants. 

Small butler's pantry with tile linear backsplash

This black and white kitchen pantry with bar has a white brick-style backsplash, a wine storage cabinet, a solid black countertop, and storage. 

Wet Bar With Mirror Backsplash 

Going for a mirror backsplash for your wet bar is something unique and new. If you want an idea of how to apply it to your home, here are some examples. 

Mirror backsplash for kitchens and bars

This simple mirror backsplash fits perfectly in this minimalist stainless kitchen with its kitchen sink and faucet. It is complete with a bowl of lemons and a chopping board. 

Kitchen with mirror backsplash, countertop, sink, and cabinets

This minimalist kitchen is designed with a wooden cabinet and white solid surface countertops. It also has a gray wet bar mirror backsplash that makes the kitchen more interesting, as well as its lighting decor for more appeal. 

Home interior design with bar, island, countertop, chairs, modern lights, and ceramic floors

This modern kitchen has a minibar interior design with a mirror wet bar backsplash that adds to the room’s modern look. The backsplash matches the glass doors of the hanging cabinets installed in the kitchen. 

Unique Backsplash 

If you are looking for something unique for your kitchen, you can get as creative as possible. If you want to have it easier, here are ideas for a unique bar backsplash. 

Kitchen with grey backsplash, wine glass holders, and wood-look flooring

This domestic kitchen has an elegant wet bar backsplash bordered by white wooden cabinets and drawers. Wine glasses are arranged upside down in the middle of the hanging cabinet for easier access and display. 

Pantry with peel and stick backsplash

This simple kitchenette has an elegant white wavy tile backsplash and a hanging gray cabinet where the wine glasses and liquor are kept. The gray cabinets have a modern design with a color that matches the kitchen’s base cabinets and doors. 

Kitchen with purple backsplash made of glass

If you want some colors in your wet bar, try out this purple backsplash and match it with white kitchen cabinets and drawers.

The purple backsplash also matches the purple stools on the black countertop, giving the room more character and a sweet touch. 

Modern bar with sintered stone counter and backsplash

This luxury kitchen showcases an elegant interior with a wooden ceiling, parquet floor, kitchen countertops, and black hanging cabinets with glass doors, shelves, marble tables, and backsplash.

The light color of the marble material contrasts with the black color of the cabinets and shelves, where the liquor bottles are out on display. 

Man cave with glowing backlit countertop, and backsplash made of stone

This modern and extravagant bar features a stone backsplash that stands out due to the creative lighting throughout the wet bar.

All bottles are neatly organized in the open on top of the countertops, and the handling lights emphasize them. The blue lighting in the countertops also stands out. 

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