Kitchen Backsplash. Friday , December 01st , 2017 - 22:08:25 PM
When designing and selecting materials for your new kitchen backsplash, consider functionality along with beauty. Maintenance is a turnoff for many homeowners. Once installed, they want it to take care of themselves. Materials such as ceramic or porcelain tile, stainless steel, glass and stone can be crafted into beautiful backsplashes that require little or no maintenance. Altering how an older backsplash appears or designing one from scratch serves as a quick and efficient method of brightening up your kitchen without extensive work.
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.
When you enter the kitchen it is not the appliances or kitchen equipment that usually gets the first attention. Most of the time it is the kitchen backsplash that gets the first attention. The kitchen backsplash is the upright portion built against the wall at the back of the sink and stove. It is built to protect the wall from effects of water splashes and heat.
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