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.
A matte finish would normally be a natural stone. Natural Stone is available in both a tumbled and also a honed finish. A tumbled finish will have the exposed pores (holes) in the tile where the honed finish will be more of a smooth finish. Either one is perfect for a backsplash it just comes down to the over all look of the backsplash.
Glass Tile Splashback: Glass tiles can give your kitchen a more modern look and can be very elegant. Glass splashbacks can be very expensive however so unless you've got the money to back up such a purchase its best to stay with Ceramic. It also depends on what style your kitchen is before you have the glass splashbacks, for example a glass splashback wouldn't work if you had an old farmhouse style kitchen. Glass splashbacks tend to be more durable than Ceramic but they can expand with the heat and contract with the cold that will come from a kitchen and they can crack and grow weaker over time.
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