Showers & Backsplashes
A backsplash is commonly installed around wet areas, such as in showers or behind kitchen or bathroom countertops. In the event that water or other substances splash up onto the wall, backsplashes help make it easier to keep the area clean. It also adds a nice pop of colors or patterns complement the countertops.
There are many different types of backsplash designs that can be created for a particular area in a home. Large and small tiles made of porcelain and glass are often used. A variety of colors are used to create a unique look for the space of your choice. Additionally, you’ll want to make sure that it compliments other parts of the area, such as the countertops, cabinetry, and flooring.
Give Your Room a Whole New Look
One of the main reasons people have a backsplash installed is to give a particular room a makeover. Bathrooms, kitchens, and wet bars can benefit from having a nice tile backsplash. It’ll add some color to the room and break up the monotony of a solid-colored wall.
The use of porcelain or glass tile will also make it easier for you to clean in the event that something splashes onto the wall. In the kitchen, spaghetti sauce or oil could leave the paint stained. In bathrooms, repeated water splashing can leave the wall looking dull.
Designs & Patterns
There are so many backsplash designs out there for you to choose from, making it easy for you to get the unique look that you want for your home. Additionally, our experts can come out to your home to make suggestions as to which pattern will look best in your home.
You can even incorporate the tiles that you used in your flooring into your backsplash. You can use one type of tile throughout the entire backsplash, or you can mix in glass and other types of tile as well. Marbled tiles and other designs can be used when installing your backsplash. You can also incorporate colors from your kitchen or bathroom to help tie it all together.
While you might be able to plan out the actual backsplash design easily, taking exact measurements is the most important part. Moreover, you’ll need to make sure that there’s no gap left between your backsplash and your counter.
You don’t want to get into a situation where your peel and stick tiles won’t stick to the wall. If you don’t use the right products or prep your wall properly, it could negatively impact your backsplash installation.
By allowing experts to handle the installation, you can be at ease knowing that the results will be great. It’ll also ensure that your bathroom or kitchen has the great new look you want.
Come visit Floors Blvd to learn more about our backsplash and shower installation services. Contact us today for more information or help scheduling your renovation.