Published at Monday, November 13, 2017, 15:38:36 by Fransson Harriette in Tiles Backsplash, with total 73 drawings.
An important factor when choosing any type of kitchen backsplash is the particular material, durability and ease of cleaning. Many people are looking for something that can simply be wiped clean, others want a decorative component that adds the rustic charm their kitchen design style needs. Whatever your particular goals, understanding the different materials and how they will affect your design and cleaning styles will certainly be important. For example, pressed tin is a time tested material that is not only beautiful, but also very affordable; however, depending on the detail, cleaning might be a bit more challenging than a flat surface, such as a brushed copper. The easiest metal tiles to clean are stainless steel requiring only a quick wipe down with disinfectant spray or any other household cleaner.
You'll want to decide on a material that is easy to clean, because depending on where your backsplash tile is located, it may often come into contact with liquids from preparing meals, etc. Some tiles such as unglazed and stone backsplash tile can stain easily, so over time it may not look as beautiful as the day you installed it. Glazed tile can work well in this situation, or you can seal virtually any type of kitchen backsplash tiles to prevent staining.
Today, the choices of kitchen backsplash tile are very extensive. Colors can be muted, as with natural and warm slates, stone, marble or granite. Or they can be as bright or as pale as any color in your imagination. The kitchen backsplash tile finishes and textures are also very varied. They come glazed or unglazed to accentuate the mood and function of your décor. Kitchen backsplash tile can help create and embellish any decorative style from Traditional, Contemporary, French Country, Mediterranean, or Asian. Kitchen backsplash tile designing leaves room for immense inventiveness and originality to create a desired style. Sizes for kitchen backsplash tile commonly are 4" x 4" squares. However anywhere from 2" x 2" to 24" x 24" is within the usual range of dimensions to cover a backsplash area.
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