Kitchen Tile Selection Tips
Before we talk about tile, take a look at your kitchen design and ask yourself this question: Do you have sparkling granite or quartz countertops and statement light fixtures, or do your cabinets, fixtures, and finishes blend together? Either way, a kitchen with too many focal points can make your space look a bit noisy while a monochromatic design can feel boring.
Countertops, cabinets, and fixtures are expensive to replace, but making a strategic tile selection can be a less expensive solution to freshening your kitchen’s look. So, first, decide if you want your tile to be the star of your kitchen or a supporting actor. Neutral tile backsplashes in a classic style, like traditional glass subway tile in a light tone, complement a kitchen with bold fixtures and finishes.
Dig the monochromatic look? Have fun with your tile choice to liven up your backsplash and draw the eye towards your kitchen’s focal point. Go for bright colors and bold patterns, like mosaic tile in a variety of shades and textures, or try out a metallic finish. Another trendy way to draw attention and brighten up your kitchen space is to create an accent wall with a bright, colored tile and matching wall paint. It was a m