Make A Splash In Your Kitchen With A New Backsplash
Is your kitchen feeling a bit drab, or perhaps a little outdated? One great way to update your kitchen without spending a fortune is to install a new backsplash. Of course, tile is always a great backsplash option, but maybe you prefer something that’s different, something that will set your kitchen apart from everyone else’s. Read on for some popular backsplash options that will give your kitchen a unique look and feel.
- Natural Stone. A natural stone backsplash can be a great way to give your kitchen a more natural feel. Choose from a variety of natural stone backsplashes, including granite, marble, and slate. You can install a number of smaller pieces or a single stone slab. Both options are great for homeowners who are concerned with the durability and ease of cleaning. Not only is natural stone tough and durable, it’s also available in a wide variety of styles and versions exist for any budget. Natural stone looks great with a variety of color schemes and in nearly any kitchen layout.
- Stainless Steel. With its modern, sleek design, stainless steel is has become a very popular backsplash option. It is durable and easy to clean. It can be installed in sheets or in smaller pieces for accent. If you have stainless steel appliances in y our kitchen, a stainless steel backsplash will offer a great complement to your existing kitchen design, lending a sense of cohesiveness to the room. Stainless steel is also a great option for smaller kitchens, as the reflective surface of this material manipulates the light in such a way that your kitchen appears larger than it actually. As the name suggests, stainless steel is stain resistant. It also resists corrosion.
- Glass. A glass backsplash is a great choice for someone who wants to find a look with nearly limitless design potential. Whether you prefer the look of classic subway tiles, the romantic appeal of a mosaic, or sleek glass panels, the options are nearly limitless when you go with a glass backsplash. Like stainless steel, glass is able to bounce light around the room, which can make your kitchen appear both larger and brighter. Glass is also mildew-resistant, stain-resistant, and easy to clean, which makes it one of the most hygienic kitchen backsplash options.
If you think your kitchen needs a facelift, consider installing a new backsplash to give the room a whole new look. Let the kitchen makeover experts at Cardigan Kitchens and Baths help you choose the perfect backsplash to suit your unique tastes as well as your budget.