Are you planning a kitchen update? You’ve probably already realized that there are hundreds of details to think about and just as many decisions to make. Picking cabinets, countertop material, appliances, and wall color are likely high on the list. However, it’s also important to think about things like the backsplash tile. Here are several ideas to consider as you and your contractor work to find the perfect backsplash tile for your kitchen.
You Can Match or Contrast
It’s likely you already have a color pallet in mind for your new kitchen. When it comes to your backsplash tile, you need to decide whether you want to match or contrast. Your backsplash tile can either be in an accent color or one of your neutral color selections. Both can be very appealing.
It Doesn’t Have to End at the Cabinets
While many homeowners only have backsplash tile installed up to the bottom of their kitchen cabinets, it doesn’t have to be done this way. You can actually have your tile extend all the way up to your ceiling. This is especially attractive over your sink. Are you planning a bathroom upgrade as well? This is a good concept to remember for that project as well.
There Are Various Materials to Choose From
As with most home remodeling projects, there are a wide variety of materials for you to choose from. There are ceramic tiles, glass tiles, brick tiles, and many others. These different materials can add an element of texture to your design; and each deserves consideration.
Do You Need Assistance Picking the Perfect Backsplash Tile?
Do you want input from a professional regarding which backsplash tile would work best for your kitchen remodeling plans? It’s time to talk to a contractor at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen of Bellingham. We offer a wide range of services and will be happy to answer any of your questions. Visit our website for more information call us (360) 558-3171 to speak with a representative. Don’t hesitate to schedule your free consultation today!
Edited by Justin Vorhees
Kitchen Backsplash Tile Instillation
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