Personalize your kitchen backsplash by finding something decorative for the space behind the stove then use a solid on the rest of the backsplash. Just make sure that the solid is one of the colors from your stove area. Try incorporating glass tile into a ceramic tile backsplash. Install the glass behind the stove and then as inserts throughout the ceramic field tile. This can be done as a border too. Another idea is to use a solid glass tile on the backsplash but run a border of color or blended colors through the middle or along the counter top.
By far, ceramic or porcelain tiles can be said to be the traditional choice that remains to be the most popular when it comes to kitchen backsplashes. When it comes to designs, the possibilities are limitless and you can pursue any pattern or style that you desire from the simplest set of solid colored tiles to the fanciest hand-painted tiles. This option comes in a wide range when it comes to cost but is generally cheaper than other materials making them all the more appealing to homeowners. Other than this economic advantage, they also make up for a hygienic and low maintenance choice. But though the material is completely stain and water resistant, the grout can pose problems such as molds and bacteria. To avoid having to face such problems, ensure that the grout is sealed properly.
With this evolution in function came the progression of kitchen backsplashes when it comes to variety. From being automatically matched with countertops, they now come in a very wide range of colors, shapes, sizes and patterns that make up for options that allows just anyone to get as creative as they can. Whether you choose to do your shopping online or locally, you'll find a great array of collection to choose from. To start on the selection, here are three of the most common materials and their pros and cons.
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