Published at Sunday, November 05th 2017. by Alleffra Chevallier in Kitchen Backsplashes.
Choosing a color scheme. 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.
mosaic backsplash. Along the ceramic tile backsplash theme you can also select a variety of shapes, colors and sizes to create your own unique mosaic kitchen backsplash ideas. Again, your choices are staggering here, but if done right can really make your kitchen look spectacular. Its best to work with an interior designer or color expert to identify the best background and accent colors to use on your backsplash design.
It’s important to consider how easy a tile is to clean when you’re planning to use it in your kitchen. Unglazed tiles have a beautiful texture, but they are more likely to stain than glazed tiles. Stone tiles are also quite porous. Don’t worry, though! Tiles can be sealed to make them suitable for use as kitchen backsplash tiles.
A kitchen backsplash doesn’t get the same kind of wear-and-tear that a mudroom floor, for example, gets every day. Backsplash tiles don’t need to be as durable as many others. You won’t have to limit your choices to the toughest and most durable tiles on the market. Feel free to experiment with materials and colors that you’ve never considered before. Don’t be afraid to try art tiles and handmade tiles, if you see some that you like. A really wide range of tiles can be used for backsplashes!
A really modern look for kitchens can be accomplished by using stainless steel backsplash tile. We’re all familiar with the backsplash area of a kitchen. It’s that vertical strip of space about 12 to 18 inches in width between the counter and the kitchen cabinets that’s designed to catch water and other spills. Usually that area is last on the list and gets the least attention when it comes to interior decorating.
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