Tuscan backsplash

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If you are thinking about spending a lot of money towards a kitchen makeover, chances are you will be thinking about a kitchen tile backsplash to add behind your cooking area. Depending on the style of kitchen you are looking for, you may want to check out a tumbled marble backsplash if you are looking to give your new kitchen a warm look and cozy feel. And no matter if it’s a Tuscan pattern, or French country style, a marble backsplash will certainly be the focus for your guests to comment on how beautiful your new kitchen looks.
Tuscan backsplash:

Tuscan backsplash pictured: Tuscan Luncheon by Joanne Morris – Artwork On Tile Ceramic Mural 18″ x 24″ Kitchen Backsplash by Artwork On Tile.

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Black backsplash

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In today’s market, selling your home is a difficult and sometimes frustrating task. That’s why, the more each room “pops” for potential buyers, the better chance you may have of selling your home for the asking price, or at least close to it. One of the many ways to make your kitchen pop, is to put up a backsplash behind your oven range or sink area to catch and easily clean grease and water splashes. You could of course, just use paint for the backsplash look, or you can buy a bunch of Subway tiles and have them professionally placed for a more modern look at maximum effect. Your kitchen will definitely be a sure winner.
Black backsplash:

Black backsplash pictured: Glass Mosaic TILE for Bathroom, Kitchen, Backsplash, Wall – Essen Series, Very Black (Sample) by Martini Mosaic. Sold by Retailproof.

Red backsplash

There are a few ways to add pizzazz to your kitchen without having to blow the yearly family budget. One of these ways is to add a backsplash behind your cooking area or sink area. As an example you can create a stunning look using tiles which are both durable and decorative. If this seems to be a bit too much work, you can always just add a bright, hot color like red or some other bright color that will turn heads. Either method will spruce up your kitchen quite nicely.
Red backsplash:

Red backsplash pictured: Mexican Tile – Set of NINE 4×4 Red Talavera Tiles by Tierra y Fuego.

Glass subway backsplash

A beautiful option when it comes to a kitchen backsplash is to go with tile. Tiles come in different types, be it porcelain, marble,  slate, vinyl, travertine, stainless steel, and perhaps the most beautiful type of all: tile. When it comes to glass tiles, there is a multitude of colors and tints to choose from. Glass backsplash tiles usually come in sheets, although in some cases they must be applied individually.
Glass subway backsplash:

Glass subway backsplash pictured: Arizona Tile 3 by 6-Inch Skylights Glossy Glass Tile on a 12 by 12-Inch Staggered Mesh, Arctic, 8-Pack