Kitchen Backsplash. Friday , December 01st , 2017 - 22:35:55 PM
Really change up this space by using two different sized tiles. Install square glass on the majority of the splash then run a border of matching subway tile throughout. Or try putting the subway tile on the splash but squares behind the stove. How about setting the glass tiles on an angle so that the squares look like diamonds instead. Do this on the entire splash or just behind the stove.
This type of backsplash is also resilient and durable. When done right, even with a higher cost compared to other options, this will last for years if not decades. It‘s a great remodel choice since it will last. No one wants to turn around and remodel their kitchen again when it falls apart in a few years, so a durable option is a strong option.
Cover your entire backsplash in one solid color. This is good when you have a very busy granite countertop. You simply choose one color that you like, this is usually a neutral tone, and then select the type of tile you want. You can jazz up this solid field of tile by popping in another color or colors sporadically. This breaks up the solid field a little. It only takes a couple of odd colored tiles here and there to really change the overall look.
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