Pansy Godefroy. Kitchen Backsplash. July 14th , 2017.
If you‘re thinking of installing a new kitchen backsplash or updating an old one, you‘ll want to browse the full range of glass tile backsplash ideas. Kitchen backsplash materials run the gamut from traditional ceramic tile to high-end granite, but glass tile can be an attractive, inexpensive and easy-to-clean alternative.
The first step to creating a simple, no frills, easy-to-install kitchen backsplash is to determine the amount of backsplash you want in your kitchen. For many homeowners, a backsplash is a utilitarian affair meant to keep cooking and cleaning spatter off the walls. But for others, the backsplash is a great opportunity to express their design style with an eye-catching, visually impactful backsplash.
Several styles of ceramic kitchen backsplash tile appear again and again in homes, with good reason. Subway tile is an immensely popular, classic choice that can be found in many commercial and residential kitchens. Its simple, uncomplicated style features rectangular ceramic tiles, usually in white or light colors, with light grout. While this is the most popular subway tile style, it comes in a wide variety of colors and sizes, and the simple, rectangular shape can be arrayed in just about any pattern—so customization is definitely possible.
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.
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