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Backsplashes aren’t limited to just the kitchen — they make a beautiful addition to your bathroom, bar area, and even laundry rooms! Installing a backsplash is the best way to complement your quartz, marble, or granite countertop.
First, you want to consider the movement in the countertop so that the backsplash will blend your kitchen or bathroom together smoothly. By movement we mean the pattern of the material. If you have a lively countertop with a lot of movement, consider a classic backsplash with clean lines and little to no pattern. With a solid countertop you can consider a modern backsplash with several lines, colors, or flecks. This will flatter the space and act as an eye catcher when guests first enter your space.
With a variety of styles and design options, kitchen backsplashes can transform a space. If a minimal design is what you’re going for, installing a backsplash above the stove is a great way to keep the backsplash isolated, seen in our Lakeside Modern Farmhouse project. Isolating the backsplash to one area also gives you the opportunity to get a little creative with the design by adding a pop of color or texture to the kitchen without overpowering it.
Bathroom backsplashes can bring in some color to a neutral space or add some texture with mosaics or patterned ceramic tiles. These backsplashes can add a beautiful focal point in the bathroom by surrounding a free-standing tub, a vanity mirror, or even sections of a shower. To learn more about how to utilize a backsplash by adding color and texture to your bathroom, view our Modern Pool House Bathroom project. See how they integrate tile in the shower to complement the mirror backsplash.
A great place to install a backsplash is in your bar area. It livens up the space! Whether you are starting from scratch or have a pre-existing bar with built-in cabinets, floating shelves, or bistro shelves, we can help create the perfect backsplash that fits your space. Installing a backsplash for your wet bar can add some fun color and texture with a mosaic backsplash, or you can create a clean, simple space with subway tile or stone! Check out our Built-In Cabinets page for bar inspiration.