Adryana Toscani. Kitchen Backsplash. November 29th , 2017.
To avoid that grease and grime on the wall it is better to have something which can be easily cleaned by a paper towel and your kitchen will appear clean and hygienic. The answer to that is to have a kitchen backsplash which will cover the wall behind the few main areas like the cooking area and the kitchen sink. As a good design tip it is always better to cover the entire wall between the countertop and the end of the cabinets. By covering the entire wall you can actually have no area which is left exposed plus it also gives you that continuity for a achieving a good design.
Personalize your kitchen backsplash by finding something decorative for the space behind the stove then use a solid on the rest of the backsplash. Just make sure that the solid is one of the colors from your stove area. Try incorporating glass tile into a ceramic tile backsplash. Install the glass behind the stove and then as inserts throughout the ceramic field tile. This can be done as a border too. Another idea is to use a solid glass tile on the backsplash but run a border of color or blended colors through the middle or along the counter top.
Few would argue that a really professional looking kitchen backsplash can do wonders for a kitchen. For those of you who aren‘t sure, a kitchen backsplash is placed on the wall between the countertop and wall cabinets. They help protect the wall and the areas behind the range, sink, and food preparation places from staining.
Why not consider installing a beautifully designed tile mural that can really make a statement about you. With tile, there are hundreds of designs to choose from. Examples include beach scenes, the sea, farmers market, a garden, a favorite time of year, the mountains, desert, and wildlife. All these scenes can be created in beautiful ceramic tile and installed in your home for a surprisingly affordable price. People have been personalizing and protecting their homes with mural art for a very long time. In fact, many Roman archaeological sites feature tile art. You may have seen examples in museums and featured in magazines.
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