Backsplash Design & Installation
Kitchen backsplashes no longer simply protect walls from spills and splatters. A wide array of eye-catching materials such as glass, wood, metals, and stone make backsplash one of the most important parts of your kitchen’s design. No matter what material you choose, it’s a focal point.
No matter what your unique requirements are, please feel free to call or email us to discuss your needs in designing your very own kitchen backsplash. Our knowledgeable staff can help with any design ideas and guidance to make your backsplash project a success.
At your kitchen backsplash project, we can help you with the following services:
» Developing a refined project adapted to your needs
» Custom design
» Professional installation
» Remove & Disposal Old Tile
» Reputable Suppliers. We are proudly affiliated with some of Greater Toronto’s best manufacturers and suppliers
If you’re tired of with staring at a blank wall as you cook to your family, consider adding a tile backsplash. It’s a small kitchen makeover that can be done in a weekend. With a wide variety of tile on the market, you can create your own design and pattern. Start by creating a focal point, adding a special tile above the stove, and then you can opt for traditional ceramic tiles or glass on the other walls. You can even mix and match tile and glass to complement your countertop and bring depth and texture into your kitchen. If you extend the backsplash throughout your whole kitchen, it will make the space appear larger and more unified.
There are lots of options to explore when designing your kitchen backsplash. You can liven up an unused space, decide to go neutral, or come up with a unique idea. When choosing materials, style is just one of the many things that you need to take into consideration. You need a back-splash that not only looks good, but it is also durable and easy to clean and maintain. Before brainstorming backsplash ideas for your kitchen, consider getting to know some of the most commonly used materials for this kind of project.
Mosaic Tile Backsplash
For 5000 years, mosaics have been a popular decoration in bathhouses, palaces, and now, your kitchen. Learn how to get a stunning mosaic backsplash that will rival the Romans. We’ll show you how to get started.
Mosaics are defined as small, glazed glass, stone, or tile pieces organized in a design or pattern. Some mosaics, like those in Roman bathhouses, depicted plants, animals, people, landscapes, etc. In the last 50 years, the most popular mosaic material has been the glazed ceramic 1 x 1 tile arranged in a geometric repeating pattern. More recently, the definition of mosaic is broadening to include uniquely shaped tiles, random designs, and modern art.
Ceramic Tile makes it easy to turn your backsplash ideas into reality. It’s available in a wide variety of colors, patterns, textures, and is durable enough to also be used on floors. You can explore an infinite number of design options when using this very easy to clean material.
Granite – If you want to make a statement, a granite backsplash will certainly help you do so. This material looks great, is incredibly durable, and easy to maintain. Granite comes in lots of different colors and textures that can match almost any existing decor. Granite has a naturally beautiful style that instantly gives any space a more high-end look and feel. It maintains its good look through the years, and adds a touch of luxury to your kitchen.
Glass backsplashes are a classic design choice for a good reason. Covering part of your kitchen walls with glass tiles creates a gleaming look that’s a breeze to clean. Because it’s available in an unlimited amount of colors, glass is a simple and stylish backsplash option that matches beautifully any existing kitchen design. Glass backsplashes are always in fashion because the material is attractive, versatile, and practical in the kitchen.
Stainless Steel, offers a clean look, and immediately catches the eye. This material can be creatively paired with many kinds of counter tops, but it does need to be cleaned often with special stainless steel cleaner to preserve its finish. The tile is actually made with marble bisque that is covered with metal to create that eye-catching stainless look.
Natural Stone, creates a rustic yet stylish kitchen atmosphere. Stone is very durable, but it does require regular maintenance to keep it looking its best. You’ll want to use a sealant on stone tile once a year to keep it water resistant and stain repellent. Stone tile gives the kitchen an earthier, more natural look. This tile beautifully complements wooden cabinets and kitchen furniture, but it also creates a striking contrast with modern kitchen materials, like glass and stainless steel. Stone tile adds texture to the room that allows you to layer your design style. A rough or pebbly stone texture looks even more dazzling when paired with smooth counters or cabinets.
Subway Tile Backsplash, an updated backsplash with a classic subway tile, can make your kitchen more than just a place to cook. You and your friends will find yourselves spending hours in your kitchen in front of your stunning new subway tile backsplash perfecting your recipes while you enjoy your friends and family.
Backsplash is a key design element in any kitchen. It can be used to showcase the unique style of your home, whether you want to make a bold statement, stay neutral, or get creative. Explore the different backsplash materials that are practical, stylish, and easy to maintain, and then create your design around the tile options that best suit your needs. Please feel free to call or email us to discuss your needs in designing your kitchen backsplash.