Kitchen Backsplash. Thursday , February 01st , 2018 - 08:37:30 AM
Similarly, you may want to experiment with a fabric backsplash. Everything from tablecloths to old dresses can be repurposed for a backsplash, fastened to a thin piece of plywood and then coated with protective sealant to keep moisture off and allow for easy cleaning. This is a great way to add visual interest to any easy kitchen backsplash design.
When you‘ve decided on the tile material you‘re going to use for your backsplash, as well as the style, it‘s time to source the material from your local home improvement or tile specialty store (or their respective online components), and then think about installation. You can choose to install the backsplash yourself if you‘re particularly handy, but note that metal backsplashes will require more expertise than other, more easily cut and configured materials. Alternatively, you can hire a professional contractor to install the backsplash for you.
There are almost infinite options when it comes to creating a cool kitchen backsplash (and of course, every homeowner‘s definition of "cool" will be different). Many homeowners seeking a creative design will focus on the backsplash as an opportunity for artistic expression. If this approach appeals to you, there are several ways to approach the design, from a collection of found objects (examples include everything from bottle caps to old gift cards—basically anything durable that can stick to the wall and wipe clean easily) to a mural of tiles depicting anything from a street scene to a classic video game level to a renaissance-style painting.
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