Kitchen Backsplash. Monday , October 09th , 2017 - 11:16:38 AM
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.
Regardless of your approach, you‘ll need to determine the amount of material you‘ll need for your easy kitchen backsplash, even before you determine the type. To do so, simply decide how much of the wall surface you want to cover with the backsplash (it‘s often anywhere from 25% to 100% of the space between the countertops and cabinets or countertops and ceiling). Once you‘ve figured out the scope of the backsplash, mark off the surface area and measure the square footage to figure out how much material you‘ll need.
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.
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