Dark colors. When you want a kitchen to stand out, the backsplash is a good place to start. By contrasting the lighter look of cabinets and appliances, you can create a strong cosmetic center for the whole of the kitchen. Tiles work well for this particular design idea because they have versatility in color and clean up easily.
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.
Metal and wood. With cabinets and counters dominating the layout of your kitchen, the backsplash is a good area to add some metal into the mix. For those with islands in the middle of their kitchen, you may even choose to coordinate this backsplash design and the materials to provide a nice mix of modern and rustic.
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