Kitchen Backsplash. Monday , October 09th , 2017 - 11:16:24 AM
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.
A small kitchen can provide a number of unique design challenges in terms of decorating and optimizing spaces, but there are also several benefits of a smaller space, including efficiency of design and the lower cost involved in refurbishing less square footage.
Once you‘ve got the square footage figured out, it‘s time to think about the style of glass tile you‘ll feature. The possibilities are just about endless, from sparkling, clear styles to frosted, colored or textured glass. One consideration that may help you decide on a style is whether or not you plan to match the existing design of your kitchen with the new glass tile backsplash or if you‘ll use the backsplash to add a new, unique visual aesthetic to the space.
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