Kitchen Backsplash. Tuesday , September 19th , 2017 - 11:33:29 AM
If you‘ve decided on mosaic tile for your kitchen backsplash, you‘ve already got a jump on the planning phase, having chosen the exact tile style you‘ll feature. Your next move will be to decide on the scope of your project—to define, in other words, exactly how much mosaic tile you‘ll need for your backsplash design. Additionally, you‘ll need to settle on the material, style, pattern and color of the tile.
When you‘ve determined the amount of subway tile you‘ll need for the project, it‘s installation time. Subway tile can be anywhere from extremely simple to extremely difficult to install, depending on the material you‘ve chosen, the layout of the area you‘ll be covering, and the pattern of the tile. If you‘re a novice when it comes to tile installation, you‘ll probably want to hire a professional to install your subway tile backsplash. Alternatively, if you‘ve got serious DIY chops or have installed backsplash tile before, you may want to try installing the backsplash yourself for a considerable savings.
Ceramic tile is also one of the more customizable options for a kitchen backsplash. It comes in an almost endless array of styles, colors, shapes and sizes, and it can be purchased at just about any home improvement store, online or in-store. Additionally, many ceramic tile specialty retailers are available to suit any custom needs in terms of shape, color and texture. Whichever type of ceramic tile you‘re looking for, you‘re likely to find it fairly easily among the myriad options.
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