Published at Saturday, 23 December 2017. Kitchen. By Allete Bouchard.
The kitchen is a room where people regularly gather to cook, have meals, share cups of coffee and tea or have family discussions. This implies that the type of flooring in this room must be resilient enough to endure the heavy foot traffic. And apart from being sturdy, it also has to be very safe, especially in homes where there are children and older people. The flooring should also be comfortable enough because there is the tendency of standing for a long time either cooking or socializing around the kitchen.
That is not the case anymore. Ceramic tiles now come in so many colors, sizes, textures, and designs that it is a very good option to give your kitchen backsplash a new vibrant look. Oh, and it still is a very inexpensive way to go. Ceramic tile is durable and easy to clean. Stainless steel and copper provide a clean and durable look to your backsplash. Many modern kitchens today have stainless steel appliances so be careful not to have too much and giving your kitchen a sterile look. Copper can be very beautiful and give your kitchen a rustic look but it will have to be clean often with copper cleaners. There are many stone options that make for a classic rich look to your kitchen. Options include marble, travertine, granite, and even slate.
The design of the kitchen backsplash can actually make the kitchen look good or bad. A beautifully designed backsplash can give an otherwise boring room life, while a poorly designed backsplash can make even a perfectly designed kitchen look bad. Thus it is important to carefully plan the kitchen backsplash design to give the kitchen a great look. There are many materials that can be used in creating a backsplash. You can use tiles, steel, stone and glass. But perhaps the most appealing of all these is tiles.
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