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Francoise Joi Kitchen Backsplashes November 28, 2017 20:09:46
Your first decision when thinking about a kitchen backsplash will be related to scope: How much surface area do you need to cover with a backsplash? For smaller kitchens a minimalist backsplash just a few tiles high can be enough whereas a more extensive design might overwhelm the space. In larger kitchens that feature a grander design countertop-to-ceiling backsplashes can add drama and elegance as well as optimize the use of available space or build on a design theme.
For a very simple super economical backsplash option try using a contrasting paint color. For the most impact choose a color that will really pop against the palette of the rest of the kitchen. To add an extra element of interest consider a different paint finish (if you used an eggshell paint on the walls of your kitchen consider a glossy finish for the backsplash). This will also really help your backsplash pop.