Gabrieele Faust. Kitchen Backsplash. November 11th , 2017.
Improving the protection provided by a backsplash is a great investment for the home. In most homes they will be made of tile, rock such as granite, stainless steel or other non-absorbent material. They will all do a very adequate good job of protection and can endure the scrubbing needed to keep them clean. When considering what material to use for a backsplash, there is an opportunity to take steps beyond simply functional or adequate material. It need not be a monochrome durable blank wall area. It can be art.
Mixing different shapes and sizes of kitchen backsplash tile can create a wonderful composition, such as a landscape surrounded by a border. The possibilities are endless with the use of shapes such as hexagons, octagons, squares, diamonds and rectangles. Bas-relief tiles can be used as an elegant border to any design.
Are you getting tired of your kitchen? When was the last time that you really appreciated how your kitchen looked? Do you only go to the kitchen to cook and then leave? Why not consider changing your simple kitchen backsplashes ideas? These can really help in lightening up your kitchen. Backsplashes are the most exposed place in your kitchen, in danger of getting dirty from all the food stains from all the kitchen activities. Sometimes, you just get discouraged when you see the stains and the thought of having to clean them all up. You sometimes forget to clean them thus adding to more buildup, and, before you know it, your backsplash is the ugliest spot in the kitchen.
Kitchen backsplash tiles are just plain beautiful! Tiles bring brightness to a kitchen. Of course, paint can do that too, but there‘s something about the gleam of a polished tile that paint just can‘t match. Tiles reflect light. Many kitchens don‘t have enough natural light. Besides that, most kitchens are used frequently at night. Most dual-career families aren‘t home in the day on weekdays, so their kitchens truly need to have good light. It‘s certainly possible to create a well-lit workspace with spotlights and under-the-counter lights. That won‘t make a welcoming room, though -- and after spending the day at work, people want to cook dinner in a welcoming space! Tiles make a kitchen welcoming.
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