Either way the first thing to consider is color. Whether it is a bold stat3ment or something to compliment the current decor. Once the color is established the next thing is texture. When considering texture take into consideration matte vs. glossy finishes. A matte finish will tone down a design where a glossy finish will add some flair to the backsplash.
After you have got a basic idea of what colour you want to go for, the next step is to decide which material to choose. Some of the popular materials include ceramic tiles, mosaic tiles, glass, metal, laminates, wood, and textured wallpapers. If your kitchen cabinets are made of wood, adding a backsplash made of some or stone can bring some variety. Some homeowners get extra creative and simply paint it with blackboard paint. The backsplash then slowly becomes filled with chalk scribbles of recipes and doodles! Or you can go a step ahead and hang your utensils and basic crockery on wall mounted pegs if you have less space.
To come up with new ideas for a kitchen backsplash, they best source is your imagination. Try and decide a theme which goes with the overall colour scheme of your kitchen. If you have yellow coloured cupboards, then a black coloured backsplash crafted out of shiny ceramic tiles will look good. However, if you have a small kitchen, then we would suggest that you go for a white colour scheme as it creates a sense of more space and room.
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