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With backsplash ideas for stone, tile, glass, ceramic, and much more, you're sure to find a kitchen backsplash design that matches your style as well as budget.
Opt as a low cost option for a beaded-board backsplash to break up banks of cabinets and improve the bungalow feel of a room's.
Keep the kitchen backsplash treatment straightforward if you want a tidy, contemporary look. Just one sheet of glass, painted on the rear, lends colour and easy-clean protection behind this range. The modern kitchen backsplash stretches from the countertop to the ceiling as an easy, shining backdrop for the sculptural hood.
The mere fact that most cupboards are made of wood can make them feel heavy inside a room -- a visual effect this small kitchen couldn’t afford. Installing a glass kitchen backsplash, painted on back in relaxing blue-gray, creates the delusion that the cupboards are floating for a lighter appearance. The black granite countertop with a 3-inch-thick edge was made to transition easily while natural light is ’sed by layering the glass and stainless steel yields a lustrous result that interacts beautifully with the room.
Unify varied fashion components in a kitchen with a backsplash treatment that is creative. In this situation, one homeowner adores modern style and the other, a cottage look. The effect is part hip part classic, and a bit of bit bungalow.
This kitchen boasts an off white quilted travertine backsplash that enhances warm white cabinetry and the limestone countertops. In the event you have your eye on a tile that is from your budget, consider using it as an accent. Detail insets without busting the bank introduce a visual spark to a kitchen backsplash that is simple.
Exercise your earth friendly mindset while expressing great style.
A mix of spotless white cabinetry, warm woods, and metals and countertops adds a cottage feel and a sense of old-meets-new in this kitchen. On the backsplash, miniature glass mosaics in a herringbone pattern introduce grays and soft blues. Several rows of white subway tiles on the kitchen backsplash give you a transition in the white quartz-surfacing countertops which can be durable, although reminiscent of marble. A shapely hood stands out on the dull backsplash of mosaics -- selected due to their colours reminiscent of coastal Maine sea glass.