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.
Multi-functioning backsplashes. Yes, your backsplash's primary job is to protect the integrity of your kitchen wall by guarding against spills and splashes, but that doesn't mean that you should refrain using it for other things. Many homeowners prefer to take the same concept that aides them in maximizing space within a small kitchen and apply it to the backsplash idea, hanging utensils and other frequently used items along the trim. The more functionality you can get from the components of the kitchen, the easier it will be to use. And ease of use leads to less frustration in the long run.
Wall panels. These are great selections because of how they can bring the backsplash to both cooktops and countertops. Some wall panels such as melamine laminate offer reversible options, which are easy to install and even easier to clean up. And cleaning up is ever so important for your kitchen because dealing with raw materials can lead to you or your children getting sick if not cleaned properly.
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