Kitchen Backsplash. Friday , December 01st , 2017 - 22:29:00 PM
Kitchen backsplashes have been around for a long period of time but usually they were only up to 4 inches of height so that but left a huge gap between the end of backsplash and the end of cabinet which could get easily get dirty and also did not look good. So now the current trend is to cover the entire wall. As far as the material goes the ceramic tile is the most obvious choice as they are easier to install as well easier to clean. But in the current tend of wood finish cabinets or specially designed countertops the ceramic tiles do not gel well.
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.
A kitchen can have real style with kitchen backsplash tiles. It‘s quite surprising that such a small area makes such a big impression! You can set the feeling for the entire room from that one small space. Tiles can give an ethnic feel. Imagine brilliant Mexican tiles for a cheerful setting, or subtly-colored Raku-fired tiles for an Asian feel.
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