Kitchen Backsplash. Thursday , February 01st , 2018 - 08:33:01 AM
The possibilities for creating a unique kitchen backsplash are just about endless, and it‘s likely that the type of backsplash you ultimately choose to install will have everything to do with your personal design style and creativity.
If assembling a backsplash from uniquely repurposed common materials doesn‘t fit your plans, but you still want to create a fun and funky backsplash design in your kitchen, you may want to consider a backsplash of lacquered paper. Using heavy duty scrapbook paper featuring interesting designs and bold colors can give you an efficient, attractive and unique backsplash at a fraction of the cost for one constructed from tile, metal or stone. If this approach is appealing, all you‘ll need to do is procure some heavy duty paper, then glue or paste it to the wall. Once it‘s up, coat it with a finish that will allow you to easily wipe it clean without damaging the paper.
Tin is another common metal backsplash tile choice. Punched or hammered—or boasting ornate designs—it can add tremendous appeal and visual interest to a kitchen design. Similarly, copper and brass can liven up any kitchen with their unique hues and the added benefit of an "evolving" design; as these metals age, their surfaces will often take on distinct patterns, striations and natural designs that add great style.
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