Not everything is big in Texas…especially not my 650 square foot condo that I felt needed a little excitement. Everyone knows the kitchen is the epicenter of one’s home (no matter how small), so I figured this would be the best place to create a piece of art that would inspire my cooking as well as conversation from my family and guests. I ran across the idea of creating a backsplash using broken plates and glass. As you see, starting small is not something I do often. This installation…
Kitchen Backsplash Ideas to Inspire Your Next Kitchen Makeover
Transform your kitchen with one of these stylish kitchen backsplash ideas. With backsplash ideas for tile, stone, glass, ceramic, and more, you're sure to find a kitchen backsplash design that fits your style and budget.
Look at this clever, pretty idea we just picked up from one of the entries in the Fall Colors Contest…This is from the second Midwest entry:• Rachel’s Bungalow of Bright Ideas (click to see all the photos from Rachel’s entry)Rachel hung a vintage metal tray over her stove; we love how it not only beautifies her kitchen but also serves a practical purpose. She can clip recipes and notes on with magnets, and the tray comes down easily for cleaning.
We love a good before & after…and we love a totally do-able before & after sent in to us by a reader even more! Elizabeth took on the challenge of changing the color of the tiles in her kitchen with paint and got great looking results for a really amazing price. Here’s the scoop on how she pulled it off…I recently used enamel paint to rehab the aggressively bright tiles in my kitchen backsplash.
Yesterday’s post on great tile resources for the kitchen and bath had some readers wondering what reversible things they could do to their backsplash if they’re renting. Anh-Minh had a great idea to have a piece of stainless steel cut to fit the area (sort of like this idea), then it can just be removed when you move out and it works great to cover up ugly or old tile.