Kitchen remodeling can be an overwhelming process and the backsplash ends up on the cutting room floor. The kitchen backsplash is an integral element in this process that should not be overlooked. Backsplashes are tile walls extending vertically above the countertop in a kitchen designed to protect the sheet-rock from stains, damage, and deflect liquid and splatter.
If there is a serious spill in your kitchen, no amount of paint will protect the drywall from deterioration and eventual mold. Alongside the protection from moisture, backsplashes make cleaning easier and add a decorative touch to an otherwise plain wall. A proper backsplash is a necessity that is often placed on the backburner for a kitchen remodel.
There are many ways to go about designing a custom backsplash; consider it a blank canvas from which you can add color and texture. The wall from the edge of the countertop to the bottom of the cabinets is covered with tile, granite, or other materials. With our mosaic tile collection, our pre-coordinated color palettes (such as Excalibur and Metropolis) highlight the natural variations in color, slight irregularities in thickness, and cutting angle.
Our unique mosaic slabs can be adhered over many surfaces in the home in a fraction of normal mosaic installation time while creating a quality, custom look. The slabs are pre-grouted with a latex grout which is stain resistant, will not crack, and never needs sealing.