Remodeling your kitchen is fun and exciting. You get to pick new materials and transform the look of your space. If you are looking to add in a backsplash but aren't sure what material to go with, take a look at some of the different options available to you below.
While many people associate wood with their floors, it can be used for much more than that. Wood slats make a great backsplash. Consider going with a lighter brown color and accentuating it with beautiful black or dark brown cabinets. You can also go with a dark brown color for your backsplash and pair it with a beautiful white or other lighter colored cabinet. The key is making sure that your cabinets and your backsplash are in contrasting colors. You don't want them both too dark or it will make your whole space appear darker than what it really is. You also want the backsplash to contrast with your cupboards and flooring to help bring the look together even more.
Many people tend to overlook using metal as a backsplash, but it really does accentuate your space and bring a whole new look to your space. The metal material comes in either a copper or silver coloring. The silver tends to look amazing with a darker cabinet and darker countertop and flooring. Copper blends in nicely with a lighter brown colored counter, white cabinets and hardwood flooring. Again, contrasting colors is the key to bring the whole look together and making your space warm and inviting.
One of the materials that many people never think about is a glass tile. These small tiles come in an array of different colors and shades to best accommodate your individual style preference. Create a sea inspired theme with shades of blue, green and white. Opt for a country feel with red and white checkered tiles. The glass material looks absolutely stunning and reflects the light nicely to help add a touch of color to your kitchen and let your personality shine through.
While these are three different materials available, there are countless others out there as well from which you can choose. Spend some time going through the different options and looking at them in person before you settle on one type of tile over another. Your backsplash should tie your kitchen together and unleash your inner style and personality.