Published at Tuesday, November 07th 2017. by Alleffra Chevallier in Kitchen Backsplashes.
If your kitchen is painted in one color only, you can put colored tiles in your backsplash. This will create drama or life in an otherwise dull room. If you have a small kitchen, you can use white ceramic tiles in the backsplash to create an illusion that you have a big room especially in the sink and stove area.
You can also use mosaic tiles in your splashback. Mosaic tiles come in ceramic, glass and metal. You can create a lot of interesting designs using mosaic tiles.
The kitchen is a place in the house that is less exposed to visitors. When guests arrive, they are normally entertained in the living room. Sometimes guests are brought to the veranda for coffee of tea. Seldom do guests reach the kitchen even if they have been invited to lunch or dinner. The nearest area to the kitchen that they are usually allowed access to is the dining room, unless the house has the kitchen and dining room fused in one single location.
There are many materials that can be used in creating a backsplash. You can use tiles, steel, stone and glass. But perhaps the most appealing of all these is tiles. Before you even decide on what kitchen backsplash tile design to use you have to look first at your fixtures. You have to consider them more that the kitchen appliances that you have because they are likely to stay with you longer.
Metal. Hard, rugged, and reflective, all at once, metal is a great choice for those of you who want a more natural and ageless appeal to your kitchen. Metal tiles rarely tire out, and they always complement the other objects surrounding them. Make sure that the colors, shapes and sizes that you choose go along with other decorations you have picked out.
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