Installing a backsplash is the easiest way to boost the overall vibe of a kitchen. While wanting to install one may be a no brainer, determining whether you want to do it yourself or hire a professional is something else.
Regardless of which direction you decide to go, there are still many choices to consider during the planning phase, including cabinets, countertops, flooring and appliances, among many others. However, none of these complete a kitchen as effortlessly, affordably and as powerfully as a backsplash. With so many options available, the following list is a compilation of the top five backsplash options to consider when renovating a kitchen.
Subway Tile – Carrara Honed Marble Wall Tile / Allegro White Ceramic
Subway tile offers a timeless piece of the past while completing a kitchen’s modern elegance. It also offers flexibility and versatility when considering the vast options of home decorative elements.
Stone and Stainless – Brick Boulevard Stone Stainless Mosaic Wall Tile
While not all kitchens are made the same, this stunning mosaic is able to combine soft stone colors and stainless elements such as stainless steel appliances, hardware and sinks, making it a universal choice.
Tranquil Stone Limestone Mosaic Wall Tile
Looking for something natural to line the walls of your kitchen? Look no further than the limestone mosaic. Because of its soft, tan-colored elements, it combines easily with cabinets and countertops that range from light to dark colors.
Churchill White Split Face Marble Mosaic Wall Tile
If you are considering Carrera marble countertops, few mosaics compare to this marble mosaic. Its shade variations complement the natural distinctions of Carrera marble countertops while adding texture and definition to your surroundings.
Pleasantville Glass Mosaic Wall Tile
This mosaic combines the classic herringbone pattern with smooth and glossy glass elements. Its greens, tans and grays come together pleasingly to create a coordinated appearance.