You have chosen a new stove, nice cupboards, and counters just waiting for you to prepare the food. You have selected flooring, samples, and faucets. Your new kitchen design is getting ready, but something is missing: your backsplash! A well-designed backsplash, often overlooked in the initial design process, is the mainstay of any kitchen. This handy staple is no longer just there to protect your walls from the splashes of bacon fat but has also become an opportunity for homeowners to add a splash of color and creativity to their culinary paradise.
The cool thing about choosing a beautiful backsplash is that you don’t have to be an interior designer to pick one that will add flair and flair to your space. All you need is a basic understanding of the materials and options in order to make an informed choice that you can enjoy for years to come. The kitchen recess was originally designed to protect vertical kitchen surfaces from splashing water or grease. Whether it’s function or style, there are five reasons why every kitchen should incorporate a backsplash into its design:
Kitchen Countertops And Backsplashes
Protect the walls
From a practical standpoint, a backsplash will protect your walls from spills and splashes that could otherwise damage them. They also prevent the growth of mold and mildew which, if left unchecked, can cause serious problems in your kitchen.
Food and water can stain your walls as well. Over time, small splashes can build up into big spots and eventually the walls look dirty and dirty. Even a faithful cleaning can do little to prolong the inevitable.
A backsplash prevents stains and makes cleaning easier. Today’s backsplash materials are easy to clean, so you don’t have to spend hours scouring and scrubbing to make them look fabulous. You can clean most backsplash materials with a quick wipe of a damp cloth or sponge.
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