Your kitchen and bathroom sinks get a lot of use. But just because they are practical areas of your home doesn’t mean they can’t be beautiful as well. If you are remodeling your kitchen or bathroom, it’s a great time to think about what Denver tile backsplashes can add to your décor.
Before you start your project, get advice from the professionals at Natural Stone Sales. Their pros can help you decide on what kind of backsplash will work best for your home. Give them a call today!
A Backsplash Provides Beauty
Sure a backsplash in a sink area is practical because of the protection it gives to your walls, but it can also provide a focal point for your kitchen or bath. There are many colors, materials, and designs available to give your room a unique look. Depending on the size of the room, your backsplash choice can make it look bigger or cozier.
Choosing a tile for your backsplash can be one of the most fun aspects of remodeling. Because it’s a relatively small area, this offers you a chance to pick a bold design that can really make a statement. Pops of color or a unique placement isn’t as risky when it’s just a backsplash.
Putting in a beautiful tile backsplash will also add value to your home when it comes time to list it for sale. (If you are looking for design ideas for your kitchen backsplash, read this article
by House Beautiful, “50+ Impossibly Chic Kitchen Backsplashes.”)
A Backsplash Offers Protection
If you have a family, you already know how splattered and messy your sink areas can be. In the kitchen
, food and oil spills are common, and these can get on the area surrounding your sink. In the bathroom, soaps, gels, oils, and cosmetics can stain walls in the sink area. Even a glossy paint can become damaged from everyday use.
With tile, the areas around the sink can easily be wiped clean. The moisture-resistant quality of tile will protect your walls from everyday wear and tear.
A Backsplash Means Low Maintenance
A tile backsplash means easy maintenance. Tile is moisture resistant, so even regular splatters from water will not harm it. Most tile materials have a low level of porosity, meaning they don’t trap liquids or stains the way wood or drywall does. Splatters are easily wiped from tiled areas, making the tile look fresh and new immediately.
When choosing the tile for your backsplash, be sure to ask about the best way to keep it clean and to make it last.
Natural Stone Sales to handle any of your backsplash tile needs. With over 30 years of experience, our expert staff has an excellent reputation for providing superior natural stone services and for satisfying customers all throughout the Denver area. We would be happy to provide you with the help you need to create a kitchen or bathroom tile backsplash that is beautiful and practical. Stop by to explore your options at our showroom, located at 900 W. Mississippi Ave. in Denver, anytime between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. You can also call us at 303-777-7485.