The backsplash is one of your kitchen’s focal points. If you want to spruce up the whole space, this decorative feature is a good place to start. However, with so many choices available, it can be hard to pinpoint which material or design will go well with the kitchen’s current theme and color scheme. As your go-to kitchen and bathroom contractor, we’re here to help you make the right selection by considering the following points:
Mix and Match Colors and Materials
It can be hard to decide which tile color and design will look best in your kitchen. We recommend gathering color and tile samples and then taping them on the wall. Leave them there so you can gauge how well they look through different times of the day. Also, your kitchen’s existing features, like hardware, lighting and countertops, often dictate the color and style of your backsplash. Metallic tiles of different shades match with faucets and cabinet drawer handles of various finishes like oil-rubbed bronze and antique brass.
Choose a Great Backsplash Pattern
One of the best things about installing a tile backsplash for your kitchen remodeling project is that you can design it in several different ways. White subway tile, for instance, can be arranged in visually appealing patterns. These include herringbone, diagonal herringbone, basketweave and perpendicular.
Pick Your Grout
Not a lot of homeowners are aware of this, but your choice of grout helps enhance the pattern of your tile backsplash and can give the whole decorative feature a finished appearance. Dark grout used with white or light-colored tiles brings a striking effect. The same can be said for light grout with tiles of darker shades.
Concept Bath Systems, Inc. installs kitchen backsplashes to add a pop of color to your whole space. Reach out to us today to discuss your backsplash color, size and style options. You can also rely on us for your bathroom remodeling needs, including a custom shower installation. Call (563) 344-9138 to get started. You may also fill out our contact form to request an estimate.