Thavered. kitchen backsplash. December 24th , 2016.
A kitchen painting job doesn't mean choosing a paint that can handle water, soap and grease. It is not limited to selecting white or eggshell color for the walls and a dark shade for the cabinets. For a dream kitchen, you need to consider each and every aspect of the kitchen space. Here are a few tips to help you get started with the process:
Seems like it never stops beating – from breakfast fix-ups early in the morning to all the quick brunches, hearty lunches, light snacks and delectable dinners, all the way to the fridge raids in the middle of the night - the kitchen is always busy. Quite normal then that it will eventually show tell-tale signs of just how often it has been used.
While there is no dearth of materials that you could be working with, the key to a tasteful looking kitchen is working with materials that work well in accordance with granite. Some of the best picks in this case would be textures such as stone, marble, or even granite itself. Keeping it natural would definitely be the smartest move. However, if you would like to try your luck with something else, even mosaic tiles, or even glass tiles would work really well. Here's an idea for all you experimental ones out there too... Go with a little bit of everything, just make sure it stays tasteful, and does not get kitschy. The concept of something more contemporary would also make for some really good backsplash ideas with black granite countertops. That truly is the beauty of black... Its versatility! If you are working with black, you know it always starts with the cliched combination of black and white. A slick black countertop with white going on in the background is as common as common can get, but it also is the best of all available possibilities. If you are choosing to work with ceramic tiles, you can rest assured you'll have a major selection of colors to pick from, in which case even that fabulous combination of black and red could work wonders.
If one of your marble tiles crack over time, you only need to take the single tile out and even the flooring under it to support it well. Apply some mortar again and reset the tile in its original spot to make the whole area look new.
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