One of the best ways to add value to your home is through a kitchen upgrade. However, if you don’t have the time or budget for a complete kitchen makeover, many homeowners will tile a backsplash. A project like this only takes a couple of days to complete and costs roughly $2,000-$3,000.
Mix and Match Colors
If you are struggling to decide which tile to use, bring home tile samples to the wall and see how they look throughout the day as the light changes. Stick with one focal color and a few accent hues to use throughout the kitchen. Keep in mind that countertops generally dictate the backsplash color and style.
Consider Areas with a lot of Visual Attention
Since there is more room above the range and sink, this is the perfect location to add tile design. A neutral field tile for the rest of the kitchen should be used in this case. Consider a unique glass tile for a centerpiece above the stove. This is also an ideal place to add a pattern, such as tile on the diagonal or a staggering brick pattern.