Mosaic Backsplash Kitchen

Mosaic Backsplash Kitchen

Next Up Mosaic Tile Backsplash Ideas Explore mosaic tile backsplash ideas, and get ready to install an attractive and visually diverse backsplash in your home. Mosaic Tile Backsplash Create a fun mosaic tile kitchen backsplash with these simple do-it-yourself ideas. 45 Splashy Kitchen Backsplashes 45 Photos Dreamy Kitchen Backsplashes 20 Photos Landscape Design Supplies and Materials How to choose the best landscape design supplies and materials for your next residential landscaping project Create a Mosaic-Tile Tabletop Give new life to an old table by resurfacing the top in tile. Subway Tile Backsplashes Get info and inspiration for subway tile backsplashes, and prepare to install a stylish and efficient backsplash in your home. Glass Tile Backsplashes Easy to clean and simple in design, glass tile backsplashes can be the ideal option for a busy chef. Subway Tile Backsplashes Choose subway tiles for your kitchen backsplash as a way to lend a classic vibe to your space. Ceramic Tile Backsplashes Get info and ideas for ceramic tile kitchen backsplashes, and get ready to install an eye-catching and efficient backsplash.
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Mosaic Backsplash Kitchen

Mosaic Tile Backsplash Ideas Explore mosaic tile backsplash ideas, and get ready to install an attractive and visually diverse backsplash in your home. Mosaic Tile Backsplash Create a fun mosaic tile kitchen backsplash with these simple do-it-yourself ideas. 45 Splashy Kitchen Backsplashes 45 Photos Dreamy Kitchen Backsplashes 20 Photos Landscape Design Supplies and Materials How to choose the best landscape design supplies and materials for your next residential landscaping project Create a Mosaic-Tile Tabletop Give new life to an old table by resurfacing the top in tile. Subway Tile Backsplashes Get info and inspiration for subway tile backsplashes, and prepare to install a stylish and efficient backsplash in your home. Glass Tile Backsplashes Easy to clean and simple in design, glass tile backsplashes can be the ideal option for a busy chef. Subway Tile Backsplashes Choose subway tiles for your kitchen backsplash as a way to lend a classic vibe to your space. Ceramic Tile Backsplashes Get info and ideas for ceramic tile kitchen backsplashes, and get ready to install an eye-catching and efficient backsplash.
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Mosaic Backsplash Kitchen

Finally, when you’ve determined the look, feel and scope of your mosaic masterpiece, and you’ve got the materials on hand, it’s time to install the backsplash. Many homeowners report that mosaic tile is easier to install than other backsplash options, chiefly because it is generally configured in large sheets of tile that can then be stuck to a wire-mesh or other adhesive background, which in turn attaches to the wall. This can reduce the need for time-consuming and complex tile cutting, which helps explain mosaic tile’s appeal among DIY enthusiasts. If you don’t list yourself among the home improvement crowd, however, you may want to investigate hiring a pro to install your mosaic tile backsplash—you’ll spend more, but you’ll save on time, sweat and potential frustration.
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Mosaic Backsplash Kitchen

We are the largest in-stock mosaic company in the state of Virginia with a real showroom where you can feel and experience our glass, marble, slate, travertine, metal and porcelain mosaic tiles for yourself. We welcome homeowners, designers, architects, and contractors alike to help everyone choose the best mosaic tiles for their dream home. Don’t forget that we don’t just offer beautiful choices for a kitchen backsplash! We also carry flooring choices, making us a one-stop-shop for all of your tiling projects. Increase your contentment with your home’s flow and design by shopping conveniently for a cohesive and creative option for your mosaic tiles and flooring.
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Mosaic Backsplash Kitchen

Glass Tile Mosaic Kitchen designer Alison Solar took her inspiration for this glass-tile mosaic from Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha’s 1895 poster of fruit. Working closely with a local mosaic tile artisan, Solar had the backsplash, which wraps around much of the 250-square-foot kitchen, fabricated of tiles cut entirely by hand from 14×14 sheets of glass. A slightly darker grout than the colors usually used with glass helps enhance the design by making the details pop. Tags: kitchens mediterranean style neutral photos glass tile art nouveau painted kitchen cabinets
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Mosaic Backsplash Kitchen

Whether you’re interested in a fashion-forward kitchen mosaic tile or a more traditional update to your designer kitchen, Backsplash.com has something for you. You may be hesitant to make such a large design decision over the internet, but our experience with kitchen tile ideas should help to put your mind at ease with whichever pattern you select. Established in 2012, Backsplash.com not only has a wide array of colors, patterns, and materials to satisfy all of your kitchen backsplash ideas but we also have an impressive in-person showroom.
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Mosaic Backsplash Kitchen

$11.25 a Square Foot. Highland Park Arabesque Porcelain Mosaic Tile. Perfect for a kitchen backsplash or a feature wall. This incredible porcelain mosaic comes with a collection of 3×6″ Subway Tiles, pencils, chair rail and other mosaic formats.
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Mosaic Backsplash Kitchen

Kitchen designer Alison Solar took her inspiration for this glass-tile mosaic from Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha’s 1895 poster of fruit. Working closely with a local mosaic tile artisan, Solar had the backsplash, which wraps around much of the 250-square-foot kitchen, fabricated of tiles cut entirely by hand from 14×14 sheets of glass. A slightly darker grout than the colors usually used with glass helps enhance the design by making the details pop. Tags: kitchens mediterranean style neutral photos glass tile art nouveau painted kitchen cabinets
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Kitchen designer Alison Solar took her inspiration for this glass-tile mosaic from Art Nouveau artist Alphonse Mucha’s 1895 poster of fruit. Working closely with a local mosaic tile artisan, Solar had the backsplash, which wraps around much of the 250-square-foot kitchen, fabricated of tiles cut entirely by hand from 14×14 sheets of glass. A slightly darker grout than the colors usually used with glass helps enhance the design by making the details pop.
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If you don’t want to harvest new wood for your backsplash project, you can take your cue from Karen Swanson of New England Design Works, who had her contractor rip sheets of found plywood into 6-inch-wide planks, and install them 3/8″ apart on the walls of this kitchen. This resourceful backsplash — a modern interpretation of shiplap paneling, Swanson explains — is painted with Benjamin Moore Satin Impervo paint, which makes it stand up well in a kitchen. “Painted plywood is not as ‘bullet proof’ as some other backsplash choices one could make,” Swanson concedes. “I would suggest wiping up spills quickly and not allowing standing water next to this — but then again, I also suggest that with a tile and grouted backsplash.”
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You’ll have plenty of options to choose from in terms of materials for your backsplash. Because of their popularity, mosaic tiles are available in just about every conceivable format—from glass and stone to wood, plastic and ceramic. Your budget may help define the type you eventually decide on—stone, glass and higher-end ceramic mosaic tiles are more expensive, while plastic and most wood tiles will cost considerably less. In terms of colors and patterns, your choices will be just about infinite, from simple, staggered black-and-white designs to multi-colored and intricately patterned styles, or arrangements depicting pastoral or classic art scenes. Shapes vary as well, from traditional round or square styles to hexagons, triangles and other geometric shapes.
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One-of-a-kind backsplash mosaics can be made of ceramic tile as well. Mosaic artist Vicki Morrow of Tile Art Mosaics in Scottsdale, Arizona, designed and fabricated this backsplash for clients who collect southwestern art.
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Like steel, wood is a familiar material than can be made to look entirely fresh in a backsplash application. The sugar maple wood of this backsplash by Susan Fredman was harvested right on the property of this beach house in Michigan. “I really prefer to use only wood that can be grown where it resides,” Fredman says. Tags: kitchens neutral photos rustic style gray photos kitchen island wood backsplash beamed ceiling wood mantel stainless steel range hood
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Although the most common use of these river rock pebbles is actually shower floors, photo stylist Chris Walker and her husband came up with the idea of using them as a kitchen backsplash. They asked their kitchen designer John Petrie, CMKBD, president elect of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, to install it on the walls. “The one-of-a-kind, free-flowing edges of the pebbles not only mimic the flow of soft teal veins in the dark green soapstone countertops,” says Walker, “but also balance the vertical lines of the Shaker-style cabinet doors.” Lesson learned: when you’re shopping for backsplash materials, ask the vendor to show you floor tiles, as well. While not every product will adapt well to vertical application, you may hit upon an unusual — and easily implemented — idea.
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A foil to shimmering stainless steel, this mosaic tile backsplash from the HGTV Dream Home 2014 kitchen is fashioned from antique boat wood. Impervious to moisture, it requires neither grout nor sealant.
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Once you’ve decided on the material you’ll use for your mosaic tile backsplash as well as the style, color and shapes you’re most drawn to, it’s time to source the tile material. You’ll find no shortage of options at your local home improvement retailer, at a tile specialty store, or online. When you find the perfect tile for your home, simply measure the surface area you’re planning to cover on the wall space in your kitchen to determine how much tile you’ll need.