A tile backsplash can transform the look of the kitchen. It can provide sleek lines, a contrast to cabinets, or a splash of color. It also makes messy food prep areas much easier to wipe down and keep clean.
If you are looking for a way to add some flair and style to your kitchen while protecting it from the damage of splashed food and water, tile backsplash may be the best option for you. Backsplash keeps your walls safe from water and food damage, because it covers the areas behind the sink, cooking range, and food preparation countertops.
The kitchen backsplash is placed on the kitchen wall between the countertops and the wall cabinets. It protects the walls and especially the zones behind the range, the sink, and the places where you prepare the food, from staining. Your backsplash will stain, but the materials appropriate for it are usually easy to clean and maintain and are a far better option than just a bare painted wall or wallpaper.