Kitchen backsplash panel ideas

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Kitchen backsplash panel ideas
A kitchen backsplash protects walls from water and grease build-up. (Jupiterimages/ Images)

A kitchen backsplash not only adds to the character and design of your cooking space, but it also protects walls from splashes and excess moisture. Determine which backsplash style and materials are best for your budget needs and most suitable to your overall kitchen design. Browse online photo galleries and visit home improvement stores to get ideas for inspiration.

Ceramic Tile

Ceramic tile is an affordable, practical backsplash material. It comes in a variety of colours and patterns and is known for its durability. Choose glazed ceramic tiles if your backsplash is close to a sink or hob since unglazed tiles are porous and may stain easily. Ceramic tile backsplashes are ideal for DIY kitchen projects. The tiles can be hand-painted and glazed for a truly personal effect, and installation is usually not too difficult. Create a mosaic pattern by breaking up old tiles and applying them to the backsplash, or use a traditional tile pattern for a simpler project.

Stainless Steel

A stainless steel backsplash is ideal for kitchens with a contemporary design. They also tend to be very easy to maintain and clean. Disadvantages include difficult installation and higher installation costs. According to BobVila, a stainless steel backsplash usually costs about £13 per square foot, not including labour and installation costs. Stainless steel also scratches easily, and scratch removal can be difficult. Take careful measurements of the backsplash area before ordering materials since most stainless steel backsplashes come in one piece. In addition to a basic brushed stainless steel finish, backsplashes also come in tiled patterns and a variety of textures.


For a truly sophisticated appearance, look no further than marble. Although a marble backsplash is quite expensive, it provides an opportunity to incorporate marble into your kitchen without paying for countertops, which are much more costly. A variety of colours and patterns are available, and marble is extremely durable and fairly easy to maintain. Polished marble is particularly low maintenance. Nevertheless, marble is significantly more expensive than most other backsplash materials and can cost as much as £32 per square foot before installation costs.

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