Modern Kitchen Backsplash Ideas

Feb 11th

Modern kitchen backsplash – When most homeowners think of tile in the kitchen, they think of tile countertops. While tiled counters are a popular choice, there are many other applications for tile in the kitchen, including the floor, backsplash and even walls. When choosing where and how to operate side by side, it is important to consider the type of tile is best for each program.

Modern Kitchen Backsplash wiyh Cabinet
Modern Kitchen Backsplash wiyh Cabinet

Unlike the counters and floors experiences modern kitchen backsplash minimal wear. This leaves the tile options wide open. The only kind of inappropriate for a backsplash tile is one that stains easily. Grease splatters, accidents such as spills or even water could leave ugly marks on the tile prone to spots. On the other hand, because the daily wear and tear is not an issue, glass or handmade decorative tiles a suitable alternative.

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Modern Kitchen Backsplash Material Metal and Stone

Metal plates and carved stone or tiled-up design is also suitable for a modern kitchen backsplash. Although tiled walls are not as common in the kitchen, enjoy many homeowners look and durability of tiled walls. As with backsplash, almost any type of tile used on the wall. Stone tile walls in the kitchen are usually of the same type of stone used on the floor or countertops to create a coordinated look. Ceramic tiles have more color options, and are usually placed to create a pattern or mosaic on the wall. In many kitchens, handmade or specialty glass tiles are interspersed with standard tiles to create a rich look.

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