Pansy Godefroy. Kitchen Backsplash. February 01st , 2018.
If you‘ve decided on glass tile for your kitchen backsplash, you‘re ahead of the game, as you‘ve already done some important planning for your kitchen update. Next, you‘ll want to decide on the scope of your project—how much glass tile will you need—as well as the style, pattern and color of the tile.
Regardless of your approach, you‘ll need to determine the amount of material you‘ll need for your easy kitchen backsplash, even before you determine the type. To do so, simply decide how much of the wall surface you want to cover with the backsplash (it‘s often anywhere from 25% to 100% of the space between the countertops and cabinets or countertops and ceiling). Once you‘ve figured out the scope of the backsplash, mark off the surface area and measure the square footage to figure out how much material you‘ll need.
In terms of the amount of glass tile you‘ll need, this will be determined by the surface area your backsplash will cover. You may choose to cover the entire wall above the kitchen counters with backsplash, or you may decide on a reduced scope that covers only a portion of the wall. Either way, marking off the surface area you‘ll cover and then measuring the square footage will show you the amount of tile you‘ll need.
Once you‘ve decided on the material you‘ll use for your small kitchen backsplash, it‘s time to determine how much of it you‘ll need. To do so, simply measure the surface area you‘re looking to cover. This can be anything from the entire wall space between the countertops and cabinets, a smaller portion thereof, or, for a truly grand design, the entire wall space between your countertops and ceiling.
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