Put a Backsplash in Your Remodeled Kitchen

Put a Backsplash in Your Remodeled Kitchen

A backsplash can make a huge difference. Here are some of the reasons why you should put one into your remodeled kitchen.

Getting grease everywhere in the kitchen is inevitable. Let’s say that one of the reasons why you don’t cook and prefer to eat out all the time instead is that you don’t want to make your kitchen dirty. But a backsplash can make a huge difference. Here are some of the reasons why you should put one into your remodeled kitchen.

Different Materials

Finding the right material for your backsplash is essential. Without completing this step, there’s not much you can do to proceed. Think about which type of materials would look the best in your kitchen – either the way it is now or the way it will look when all the renovations are done. Ceramic, porcelain, and glass are some of your options. You can also choose to have stones, such as slate or marble, in your new kitchen as well. Just watch out for spots of grease and cracks and chips that can be detrimental to the overall beauty of your grand design.  

Kitchen Decorations

Next, think about everything you have in your kitchen and the decorations that you want to use. Stacked and rough tiles excel at catching grease, which will frustrate your efforts to keep your kitchen sparkling clean. Subway tiles and cement tiles overcome this issue, but they aren’t as attractive.

A New Design

Consider flowers, mandalas, and geometric patterns and shapes that can reflect your interests and wow your visitors.

Surface Areas

The backsplash could range from the counter up to the ceiling. It’s your decision. Alternatively, you could choose to cover an entire wall or only the part of the wall directly adjacent to the stovetop.


It’s easy to overlook all the grout in your kitchen. But without it, your kitchen would be a vastly different place. Many different colors are available, which means you can match the grout with the tile in the kitchen to help create either a soothing aesthetic or a stimulating effect. Use the backsplash to tie the room together. That way, you can avoid incorporating elements of contrast into your redesigned kitchen if you want it.

On the other hand, you can lean into the contrast and make it work. Make something fresh and eye-catching that all your neighbors won’t have thought of and be the envy of the neighborhood during your next block party or summer cookout! Your creativity doesn’t need to be tamed!

Home Improvement by Capital Remodeling

Capital Remodeling is ready to transform and beautify your home in Maryland, Virginia, and Georgia this spring 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 1-800-300-6780. If you’d like to see our previous projects, follow us on Facebook, Pinterest, Houzz, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube.


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