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How to Pick a New Backsplash for Your Remodeled Kitchen

How to Pick a New Backsplash for Your Remodeled Kitchen

It’s easy to take the backsplash for granted until you decide it’s time to clean it. But you may not realize how vital this element is especially when it comes to keeping your kitchen clean.

When it’s time to remodel your kitchen, you’ve got to think about every single part of it. It’s easy to take the backsplash for granted until you decide it’s time to clean it. But you may not realize how vital this element is especially when it comes to keeping your kitchen clean. Here is a look at how you can find the best option for your new-look kitchen.

Find One That’s Eco-Friendly

One way to get started is to find an environmentally-friendly backsplash material. Although it’s common to see a backsplash made from some tile, that doesn’t mean the tile is the only option you have. For example, you can also choose from reclaimed wood; bamboo; recycled construction tiles, clay, or aluminum; corks, bottle caps, or broken ceramic; and artisanal tile that has been made by hand rather than by machines. 

Consider Marble 

Alternatively, you could give marble a chance as well. For many years, marble was seen as the highest-end material that there was for producing kitchen backsplashes. But if you could use it for your new counter, then you should also consider using it for your backsplash. Marble slabs are becoming increasingly more popular.  Plus, the intricate little details in the marble, such as in color and veining, complements every kitchen style, no matter what aesthetic you are trying to achieve.

Or Floor-to-Ceiling Looks

Another idea is to consider using a floor-to-ceiling tile arrangement. The ideal configuration is to aim for at least 18 inches of backsplash inside your kitchen. However, depending on the size of your kitchen, you may be able to stretch that size out. By doing this, you can arrange for more protection for your walls from grease and liquid splatters. Plus, it also elevates your open-concept kitchen if that is what you are striving for. 

Choose Unusual Shapes

One way to help your kitchen stand out is to add some more unusual shapes to the design. One of the most significant benefits of any remodeling or renovation project is that you can make your kitchen reflect how unique you are. Hexagons and rectangles are two shapes that you could incorporate without feeling chained to traditional forms such as the 4×4 tile. 

Home Improvement by Capital Remodeling

Capital Remodeling is ready to transform and beautify your home in Maryland, Virginia, and Georgia this fall with affordable kitchen remodeling services that will exceed your expectations. With our reasonable prices and flawless customer service, you will love the results. If you’re ready for a free quote, visit us online or give us a call at 1-844-320-9847. If you’d like to see our previous projects, follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Houzz, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.

 

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