Backsplashes are an easy way to elevate the look and feel of your home. Backsplash tiles are available in a variety of eye-catching shapes, colors, textures, and patterns and in stylish, easy to maintain materials like ceramic, porcelain, glass, and marble. They not only protect kitchen, bath, or bar walls from spills and splatter, but also create a unique focal point and add visual personality to any space.
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Backsplash tiles are available in a variety of eye-catching shapes, colors, and patterns. Backsplashes can be subtle or designed to be the focal point of a room. But, backsplashes serve more than just aesthetic purposes. Not only do they make a room more attractive, but they also protect walls from water damage and kitchen spills. So you always want to make sure to choose a backsplash tile made of a material that is easy to maintain and clean.
The most common backsplash tile materials are ceramic, porcelain, glass, and marble. Ceramic and porcelain tile are popular choices since they mimic other materials like stone and wood, stand up well against moisture, are easy to clean, and are extremely affordable. Glass tile is also a popular pick for contemporary kitchen backsplashes and is available in an unlimited palette of colors. Its clean lines can add modern, elegant, or unconventional appeal to any space. Marble’s natural variations and uniqueness exude luxury and elegance and its neutral tones make finding a match for your kitchen color scheme simple. Listellos’ unique texture and shape are an excellent choice for those looking to create an artistic accent with a three dimensional look and feel. Medallions make adding a functional piece of art to your walls, as part of a mosaic, simple and stress-free. And, combining materials like glass with natural stone can create a beautiful and unexpected look.