Klaudiia Gartner. Kitchen Backsplash. December 27th , 2017.
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.
Trendy choices are available, as well. Stainless steel backsplashes create a modern, sleek look in your kitchen. This might be one case where considering the appliances could be important. Stainless steel refrigerators, stoves and dishwashers are common and in style. Stainless steel backsplashes act to compliment these appliances. One fresh design trend used everywhere these days, including kitchen backsplashes, is glass. It is often a good decision to install glass tile to extend all the way up to the cabinets from the counters. Glass is easy to maintain and is scratch resistant. With the numerous choices on the market, you should find no limitations in selecting just the right material and style for your kitchen.
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.
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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