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How to Choose Your Kitchen Backsplash

Although it’s easy to overlook the importance of your kitchen backsplash given the fact that its just going to be peeking out from between your cabinetry and appliances, it can actually serve as an essential part of your kitchen design. Whether you want to use it to unify your design in a low-key manner or throw it into the spotlight, your kitchen backsplash can be used for numerous unique functions and our team at Basements for Less outlines how to properly utilize it below. Know Your Space Before you make any decisions, you’re going to need to determine the size of your space. Start by multiplying the width of the wall space where you’ll be placing the backspace by its height in order to get the square footage, which is equal to the amount of material that you’re going to need. If you want to play it safe, tack on an extra 10 percent of tile to this number. Tile Type There are plenty of unique modern tiles on the market to choose from during the process of creating your design, but when it comes to kitchen backsplashes, old-fashioned tile is still the most popular material. However, at the end of the day it’s all up to you and your personal preferences. Mix, Don’t Match It might be tempting to match your tile work, but ultimately it usually results in an uninspired look. Instead, try mixing contemporary colors and create some unique patterns. In addition, try aligning your tiles vertically instead of horizontally to create a stacked effect. Focal Points When it comes to elaborate and standout designs, focus on the focal points in your kitchen – the space above the range and the space above the sink. These two areas are where the eye is naturally drawn to and thus the most ideal locations to concentrate on. Create Space If you have a smaller sized kitchen and don’t mind going with a contemporary look, here’s a nice visual trick that can expand the size of your kitchen: extend your kitchen backsplash tiling around the room. This will add expense, but give off the perception of more space than there actually is. Kitchen backsplashes can add a whole new dimension to your kitchen design and provide plenty of opportunity for experimentation. Take the above points into consideration when choosing your kitchen backsplash and you’re sure to come up with a design that suits your home. If designing isn’t for you our Basements for Less experts can help. Our expert Toronto kitchen remodelling team is glad to help you make decisions throughout your kitchen design process. Give us a call at 647-984-7366 and to receive a free estimate or visit us online.

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