Backsplashes2018-08-29T16:48:52+00:00

BACK SPLASHES

Rancho-Mirage-Bathroom-Countertops-400x300Back splashes can be made from all of the counter top materials listed. But we have added some other ideas here. Let your imagination go. The trick is to harmonize the color and texture of the back splash used with the cabinetry and counter-tops and to make sure that the back splash is properly lit.

 

 

 

For each material we have provided a browsing link to Pinterest and Houzz.


 Stainless Steel Mosaic Tile Backsplash 

See Stainless Steel on Pinterest
See Stainless Steel on Houzz

 Glass Mosaic Tile Backsplash

See Glass Mosaic on Pinterest
See Glass Mosaic on Houzz

Do-It-Yourself Mosaic Backsplash

Be creative with flat shards of broken china, pottery and stoneware set in tile adhesive.

See Glass Mosaic on Pinterest
See Glass Mosaic on Houzz

Stone and Glass Mosaic Backsplash

See Stone & Glass Mosaic on Pinterest
See Stone & Glass Mosaic on Houzz

Paint-Your-Own Tile Backsplash

You can decorate plain tile with artists paints such as Plaid Folk-Art Enamels. They may be heat-set for durability and are non-toxic.

See Stone & Glass Mosaic on Pinterest
See Stone & Glass Mosaic on Houzz

Ceramic Tile Backsplash

Be creative. They can be inexpensive and used in a variety of patterns.

See Ceramic Tile on Pinterest
See Ceramic Tile on Houzz

Stacked Stone Backsplash

See Ceramic Tile on Pinterest
See Stacked Stone on Houzz

Beaded Board Backsplash

For a rustic look.

See Beaded Board on Pinterest
See Beaded Board on Houzz

Faux Brick backsplash

See Faux Brick on Pinterest
See Faux Brick on Houzz

Resin Panel Backsplash  

See Resin Panel on Pinterest
See Resin Panel on Houzz

Fieldstone Backsplash

See Fieldstone on Pinterest
See Fieldstone on Houzz

Slate Tile Backsplash

See Slate Tile on Pinterest
See Slate Tile on Houzz

Pressed Metal Backsplash

See Pressed Metal on Pinterest
See Pressed Metal on Houzz