If you have finally decided to take the plunge and get to that kitchen remodel you have been talking about for years, you’ll soon discover that you will have to make a lot of decisions about the project. You’ll need to decide on countertops and cabinets, appliances and fixtures. But one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make is deciding on a kitchen backsplash. If you want something that is priced reasonably, is easy to take care of, and looks positively stunning, a glass tile
backsplash might just what your Denver kitchen needs.
Determine Your Budget
It’s not a bad idea to figure out a budget for your project first. Kitchen remodels add up, so whatever amount of money you might have for a backsplash can vary depending on the other finishes. Whether you are doing the work yourself or hiring someone to do it for you is also important because labor can get a bit spendy. Glass tile is reasonably priced and can fit into a multitude of budgets.
Decide on Color
With glass tile, you can go for a pop of color or you can keep it neutral. This is usually a matter of personal preference. But you should also consider resale value. If you think you might sell within a few years, it might be better to go with a safer neutral. (This article from Forbes has many tips for getting your kitchen ready to sell: How to Prep Your Kitchen for Resale
Decide on Shape and Color
The shape and color of your glass tile backsplash is a matter of personal preference, and it might also be related to the décor style of your entire home. You might make a different choice if your home is a mid-century modern style versus a French farmhouse style, for example.
Make Sure It Coordinates Well With the Rest of the Room
It’s not a bad idea to figure out what your countertops and cabinets will look like before you decide on a glass tile backsplash. If you will have patterned countertops, it can be tricky to figure out how to make a patterned backsplash work well with them. If you decide on a color for your cabinets, such as green or blue, that too will determine what your glass tile choice might be for the backsplash.
Decide How Tall You’ll Make the Backsplash
Although you might be limited by the design of your kitchen and the location of your cabinets, you will need to decide how far up the backsplash will go. Some homeowners cut it short, while others have backsplashes that go all the way up to the ceiling of the kitchen.
Determine the Best Contractor With Whom to Work
You want someone who has experience and a good reputation to work with you on the design of your kitchen, including the kitchen backsplash. Check online reviews to find out what previous customers have had to say.
Whether you are looking for Denver glass tile to add to your backsplash, or a stone to add to your kitchen counter, Natural Stone Sales
has what you need. For more than 30 years our expert staff has been satisfying customers throughout the Denver area with our superior and customized natural stone services. Call us today at 303-777-7485 or visit our showroom at 900 W. Mississippi Ave. in Denver anytime from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.