The kitchen backsplash is the perfect way to prevent overflow. Whether you dress it up with ceramic tile, mosaic mesh, glass paste, or any other unusual material, it enhances the look of your kitchen. Discover beautiful types that will soon whet your appetite for renovation.
Install a mosaic kitchen backsplash
In no time at all, it is possible to create a trendy kitchen backsplash. And you don’t have to be an experienced handyman! In fact, installing mosaic strips is not rocket science. Since they can be cut with scissors, adjustments are easy to make. In this kitchen, the pale beige walls establish a fruitful dialogue with the white, cream, and brown nuggets of the brand new backsplash.
With a budget of less than 1000$, the owners have offered themselves a spectacular ceramic kitchen backsplash whose ultra-design look has nothing to envy the hottest kitchens of the hour. Pre-assembled on nets, the ceramic tiles are easy to install. Randomly interspersed grey and white sticks create a striking pattern of originality that visually attracts attention as soon as you enter the room.
Vivified kitchen backsplash
Beyond the classic ceramic tile, there is life! In this small condo kitchen, the backsplash received special treatment when it was adorned with a suit with a natural look worthy of interest. Covered with cork-like flooring, cut in 36″ x 36″ squares, it is sure to be a conversation starter. Lemon green covers walls and cabinets, brightening up space and making it more inviting.
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Refresh the kitchen
Here, the glass paste kitchen backsplash with its shimmering reflections brings a fabulous freshness to the backdrop of the worktop. Inspired by the seaside ambiance, the materials, and colors of this laboratory kitchen blow a wind of novelty combining movement and play of light. The new melamine cabinets with wood finish enhanced here and there with small glass panels that subtly evoke water, dominate this shimmering ocean.
Translated and adapted by Noobuzz staff.