Kitchen Backsplash. Friday , December 01st , 2017 - 22:17:33 PM
The major difference between Roman tile and that which you can have in your home today is price, style and ease of installation. In Roman times, only the richest could afford to inlay tile in their walls. Styles two millennia ago were limited to the imagination of the installer, and the installation took a very long time. Breaking a tile sent you back to the kiln, too.
A desirable aspect concerning the use of tile as a backsplash is the large selection of colors, sizes, shapes and textures that are available. You could even request a custom painted tile job to match any design theme you have or want in your kitchen. Also, tile is easy to install and clean. Multiple experts of design suggest that if you have a tiled floor then you should choose the same tile for your kitchen backsplash in a smaller size. This simplifies things if you have trouble making design decisions. Similarly, if you have a natural stone countertop, continuing the counter up the wall makes a simple, consistent backsplash in your kitchen. Stone does require occasional resealing, but the small amount of maintenance is made up for in the beauty of stone. For country kitchen styles, metal backsplashes work very well. Fixtures in the room should be noted when selecting appropriate metal tiles so they do not clash with one another.
In our day and age, the kitchen / family room is the hearth of the home, the social gathering center. The kitchen has limited space for artwork to reflect the essence of your personality. There is no better ingredient in interior decorating design to invoke character and warmth with practical functionality as with a kitchen backsplash tile.
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