There are so many different backsplash materials, colors, designs and trends to choose from, that it can be overwhelming if you aren’t fully informed before you start shopping. This article outlines exactly what you need to know about KITCHEN AND BATHROOM backsplash, so you can pick a style that’s right for you and your home.

BACKSPLASH TILE IDEAS FOR KITCHEN. One of the great benefits of kitchen backsplash tile, apart from the utilitarian aspect of protecting your kitchen’s walls from food spatter, is that it can add a ton of visual appeal.
Another benefit of a tile backsplash, aside from its protective qualities, is that tile is often simple to clean, a must, especially if yours is an active kitchen where lots of cooking takes place.
Check out some of the BACKSPLASH TILE IDEAS FOR KITCHEN and materials we love:

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SUBWAY tile:
classic choice that can be found in many residential kitchens. This simple, straightforward style consists of rectangular ceramic tiles, usually in white or light colors, with light grout.  Subway tile is a common look that may be considered either popular, trendy, or both, in some people’s opinion. It is a clean and classic style for any kitchen or bathroom.

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MOSAIC tile:

Mosaic tiles can be installed as stand-alone backsplashes, as backsplash accents, or as components in larger murals. A Colorful and interesting BACKSPLASH DESIGN

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GLASS tile:
Easy to clean and simple in design, glass tile backsplashes can be the ideal option for a busy chef.

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Adding a backsplash is a great way to enhance the appearance of your bathroom. Many homeowners think about using a backsplash in their kitchen, but don’t realize how many options there are for the bathroom too. It’s simply a matter of deciding what your taste is and how much you want to add.

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Otherwise a pretty white and plain bathroom, we added this magnificent marble mosaic detail to spice things up. Installing a backsplash in a horizontal strip across the wall like this bath, or along the sink, are both great design ideas to implement.

Adding a backsplash along the border of a mirror, or a backsplash that covers thew entire wall around the mirror is a fun and unique design idea.