Modern Backsplash for Lovely Kitchen
Knowing what you want to spend helps whittle down the possibilities. Here are some tips to help control costs: Choose classic materials that won’t go out of style. White ceramic tiles, for instance, offer a great bang for your buck in terms of cost and longevity. Consider using an affordable neutral field tile or stainless sheeting for the majority of the backsplash paired with a statement tile in a smaller focal point. Natural materials, such as marble, are often much more affordable as tiles rather than slabs. Be flexible and look for a bargain. At tile stores and even on Craigslist, it’s often possible to find tile seconds and overstock, as well as discontinued patterns and colors at a significant savings.