Kitchen Backsplash. Tuesday , January 16th , 2018 - 09:06:35 AM
Think about all the steam, water and grease in the kitchen, and you’ll understand why installing a backsplash above the cooktop and counters is a smart idea. It is much easier to clean grease off a backsplash made of tile, metal or plastic than paint or wallpaper.
As you probably already know, subway tiles get their names from the ceramic tiles used on the walls of the New York City subway stations in the early twentieth century. If you would like to add a classic touch to your kitchen, just have a look at the many ideas in the photos below! For a simple and friendly look, single-color tiles back-splashes or counter-tops will do the trick. You can place the tiles horizontally or vertically, for a bolder appearance. A large variety of designs are available on the market, but it is important not to be hasty, as choosing the right color and texture makes a big difference in creating a cohesive space. Enjoy the display below and please give us your own tips and tricks regarding subway tiles and how to use them successfully.
1. Substitute granite countertops for granite top overlays. Several companies make a polymer/granite “shell” that fits directly over your current countertop. The result? A countertop that looks like you spent thousands, for half of the granite price.
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