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Backsplashes should coordinate with the style of the kitchen they’re in. For example, a shiny ceramic tile backsplash is perfect for a modern kitchen, but is likely to look out of place in kitchens decorated in a more rustic, old fashioned style. Hand-painted and unglazed tiles may add quaint charm to a backsplash while materials such as stainless steel and stone tend to create a totally different mood.

While backsplashes can be quite beautiful, they should also be able to perform their job. Kitchens can get messy during cook time. Grease, water, food, and other elements tend to find themselves attached to your backsplash. You should keep this in mind when working with your design. A porus tile or stone near the stove would not be the best idea as it would collect grease and be difficult to clean. Tiles are one of the most common types of backsplash materials.

There is no set size that a backsplash should occupy, it should be large enough to contain cooking grease and other splattered elements. Backsplashes range from those just big enough to extend a little past the stove or sink to a sort of running backsplashes that continues around the kitchen. An extended type of backsplash may add a look of cohesiveness to a small kitchen. For a large kitchen, a single backsplash can make a dramatic focal point. Having a focal point such as an interesting pattern or mix of colors can draw the eye to a certain kitchen feature such as a glass sink or stainless steel stove.

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