Designers love using a backsplash to add character and interest to a room. While mostly seen in kitchens, a backsplash can be added to a wall surface in any room or commercial space. Originally, the addition of a backsplash protected the wall and made it easy to clean. Today, backsplashes are add interest and depth to many kinds of spaces. Whether your look is rustic, modern, industrial, or vintage, our team of designers can help you find the perfect backsplash solution for your next project.
Types of Backsplash Materials
Adding a backsplash or tiled wall feature to a room can create a focal point or add an understated backdrop to your design. They come in solid and patterned tiles and add a glossy or matte finish to the room. As a result, depending on how they are installed, even plain white tiles can produce a dramatic effect adding a dimension to even the simplest of designs.
Subway tiles are a classic solution. Updated to meet the demands of homeowners and designers, they are readily available in a variety of materials. These include ceramic, glass, and metallic tiles. Installers lay these rectangular tiles in a straight horizontal, verticle, or herringbone patterns. No longer just considered white bathroom tile, subway tiles come in many colors. Hence, they can be mixed and matched to create a unique pattern with dramatic effect. Furthermore, the choice of grout color can extend these possibilities to create a look specific to your space.
Mirrored Finish Tiles
The new stainless steel tiles work well with ultra-modern kitchens and coordinate with many of today’s appliances and countertops. For this reason, designers use subway tiles in many vintage bathrooms and kitchens because they are so easy to keep clean. Yet, they work equally as well in the most modern of spaces. So many choices! Let our team of designers help you decide using a 3D model of your space.
Known for beauty and durability, stone backsplash tile is a favorite among designers. Designers commonly use onyx, marble, granite, limestone, slate, or travertine in bathrooms and kitchens. With so many textures and colors, stone tile makes selecting a backsplash that works well with your countertop a breeze. Whether used between countertop and cabinet or continued up a wall, stone tile adds natural beauty and elegance to any space. Finally, stone tile captures the beauty and craftsmanship you’ve worked hard to create in your new space!
In conclusion, our products can cater to the needs of builders, remodelers, interior designers, set designers and DIY homeowners. As a result, we can generate creative and highly attractive interiors using these materials on your next project.