If you are fortunate enough to do an entire remodel of your kitchen, then that’s great news. However, if you’re unable to do the entire kitchen or just don’t want to deal with the remodeling mess, then why don’t you consider redoing your backsplash?
Sometimes, when it comes to home remodeling projects, a little project goes a long way. The backsplash is more of a focal point sometimes than even your cabinets are. One of the best ways to redo that backsplash is to redo it while it’s still standing. You don’t even have to rip it up or rip it out.
A Good Old Can of Paint
Depending on the type of material your backsplash is made of, you might just get away with a simple can of paint. It’s amazing what a can of paint can do for your kitchen. You can choose any color you wish.
If you’ve always felt you had a kitchen that was dull or dreary because it didn’t get enough sun exposure, well now is your chance to do something about it. You can brighten up any drab kitchen with colors from the palette, ranging from yellows to blues.
A Little Tin Goes a Long Way
If you’ve always admired the look of punched tin in an older style home and wished to recreate that ceiling look somewhere in your own home, why not use tin for your backsplash?
The look of tin gives it an authentic and old-fashioned look. So if you’re looking to spruce things up a bit, and want to create a new theme in your kitchen, tin is the perfect way to go. It will definitely give your guests something to take a double look at.
Beadboard for A Nostalgic Look
Bead board does a number of things when used in your backsplash. First, it gives a clean and crisp look. Secondly, it gives the look and feel of having a new theme for your kitchen. Some might consider bead board the perfect backdrop for their country kitchen or the perfect canvas to create a French country cottage look, feel and vibe.
Mirror Mirror on the Wall
While some home owners prefer the look and feel of a country kitchen, others are in love with modern and contemporary looks. Mirror on your backsplash is the perfect way to modernize your old-fashioned kitchen. You can purchase mirrored tiles in adhesive strips or in whole slabs, depending on your needs.
No matter what look you are going for, there’s a style, a design and a trend for you. These are all great ways to change up your kitchen backsplash without ripping it out or ripping it up. The end result is a brand new looking kitchen.
Posted December 07, 2016
by Gabriel Posternak.