Kitchen Backsplash. Friday , December 01st , 2017 - 22:22:43 PM
The best way to find out whether a tile is both beautiful in your house and suitable for use in your kitchen is to take home a few sample tiles. Put them on your countertop and lean them against your old backsplash. Leave them there for a few days, and use your kitchen as you normally do. You‘ll soon discover which tiles can stand up to the wear and tear of your family‘s life! Even more important, you‘ll be sure how the tile looks under your kitchen lights and next to your cabinets.
From a painted kitchen backsplash to a tin kitchen backsplash, there‘s no end to the way you can spruce up this place. There are innumerable colors, designs and styles to choose from. But the bottom line is to keep it simple and very attractive. That can be achieved by adhering to the basic principles of selecting a kitchen backsplash. Make sure the backsplash blends with the flooring and cabinets in the kitchen. The area of the backsplash is as important a consideration as the dimensions of the tiles that will be used to cover the same. Remember, it‘s a backsplash that you‘re designing, not some outlandish set in a period film, so keep the colors to the bare minimum.
As for design, your choice of backsplash can be matched to the countertop for that orderly and efficient look. Or, for a more dramatic effect you could throw in some color with patterned tiles or even a checkerboard. A mirrored backsplash might make a good choice for a smaller kitchen. And if you want more light, be sure to use a light colored backsplash.
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