Published at Monday, May 08th 2017. by Fanetta Guichard in Backsplashes.
Now, if you are looking for backsplashes other than mosaic variety, then hammered backsplash is a good option. Secondly, if you are looking for an inexpensive, easy to clean, and durable backsplash, then you can go for stainless steel kitchen backsplash. Although not very attractive, it is more feasible and easy to install.
Aluminum and metal tiles are getting popular as tile backsplash ideas for kitchens. These give a touch of modern decor to the kitchen. However, be careful when using metal tiles for backsplash. Metal tiles come in shades of gray and so go better with kitchen which have black cabinets. So, if you want to go with metal tile backsplash with white cabinets, then make sure you select the right color and design of these metal tiles. You can arrange them in a two color alternate pattern, or go for some tiles which come with special yet subtle designs.
The suggestions above, are some of the easiest to be able to turn to, and looks that would be easily attainable. The next time you want to renovate differently, try working with backsplash ideas and you may just be amazed.
Although having the same tile as that on the entire wall is a common and preferable backsplash idea, you can go for the mosaic pattern if you wish to create a unique look in your kitchen. A mosaic pattern appears dramatic and attractive. Variety of tiles can be used for creating mosaic backsplashes for kitchens. One of the advantages of mosaic backsplashes is that they are easy to clean and maintain. When exposed to spills they are less likely to discolor than ordinary or plain tiles. Secondly, you have a choice in tiles, shapes, colors, to be used for the mosaic. As the backsplash is limited to a fairly smaller area, you can limit your art and creativity, without creating a gaudy pattern in the entire kitchen.
Ceramic tile backsplash also come in a variety of colors and textures. With their ease of cleaning, they make an excellent choice for people who want a functional kitchen and have little time to spend on maintaining it.
The third really great option is one that deals with a natural look, and one that is more in sync with the granite look and feel. The use of ample stone, brick, marble, or even some more granite is one that you just cannot make a mistake with. Depending on the setup that your kitchen is already dealing with, you could opt for any material that has just been mentioned. Stone is a classy option, and is available in a variety of sizes, as well as textures. Even the calacatta mosaic style work really well when in use for a tile backsplash for a kitchen. What works as an advantage with using natural stones is the fact that no matter what the material, they just always work well together. It is very rare to see them look out of place with one another. Luckily, the variety of colors available will also work to your favor, no matter what the color scheme of your kitchen is.
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