Backsplash Tile | Kitchen, Bathroom Backsplash Tile & More


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There are several reasons to install backsplash in your kitchen, bathroom, or other high-use spaces. Backsplash is an interior accent that adds to the look and feel of a room and it comes in a multitude of patterns, and colors that allow you to customize your space in a unique way. 

Backsplash Tile

Backsplash tile is a very unique accent used in homes. Whether the backsplash is applied in a kitchen or bathroom your backsplash is sure to add a vibrant touch to any room.

What is Backsplash Tile

Backsplash is essentially what it sounds like. It is tile or another material that lines the back of walls that lay directly behind your kitchen countertops and bathroom counters. The tile is purposed to protect the surface of the wall from stains, grease, and other damage from using water and chemicals in those spaces. The Backsplash tile covers the vertical surface to make sure it looks great and lasts for years.

Backsplash Tile Trends in 2023

The top backsplash tile trends for 2023 aim to connect the past to the present in a unique way. Most notably you will see a rise in white subway tiles, picket tile backsplash, blue backsplash tile, green backsplash tile, and arabesque tile backsplash this year. The most desirable materials for backsplash tiles in 2023 are glass, marble, and ceramic. You can find the best backsplash ideas that will glow your home in our blog.

Where Can You Use Backsplash?

Backsplash tiles are mostly used in kitchen backsplashes. This is the area referred to between your kitchen cabinet and countertop. There are two ways of finishing this space with tile. The traditional method was doing a 4" strip of stone (typical leftovers from your countertop ) with a polished edge.

However, recent trends and more use of kitchens increased the need for tiling all the way to the cabinet. This is quite practical in the sense that the entire space is tiled and it will not get wet.

The kitchen backsplash is one of the most visible parts of the kitchen and for that matter the house. Vertical spaces are a lot more visible than horizontal spaces.

What are the most popular tiles for kitchen backsplashes:

-4" or 6" stone strip with a polished edge

-Subway tile, or other smaller size tiles like 4x4 or. 6x6

-Running bond mosaics. This is another term for the staggered joint. Where joints are not lined up.

-Varying mosaics like slides, where pieces are all different sizes and shapes. They are mounted on sheets for ease of installation.

-Hand-made or painted tile with various motives like farm animals, floral designs, or contemporary mosaics.

-Glass and stone mix mosaic sheets. You can literally have hundreds of options to choose from. Glass tiles can be glossy, matt, or textured. The same is true for integrating stone mosaics.

The backsplash area can be combined with oven hoods and other areas of the kitchen.  Custom homes usually have open kitchens with an adjoining living room or family room. You can put tiles in bar areas next to kitchens and it is a good idea to combine tiles in a coordinated design.  For example, if you use beige granite countertops you may want to use cream color glass tiles or tumbled travertine tiles.

The Grout joints for backsplash tiles should be small so that It is easier to clean them.  You can choose among many types of mosaics like penny rounds, staggered joint tiles, and small square mosaics


Backsplash Prices Most Cheap

The cheapest tiles for backsplash are peel-and-stick tiles. They will get the job done if you are on a modest budget. These tiles are also good options if you wish the do-it-yourself. Unlike more hefty materials peel-and-stick tile is beginner-friendly. We don't offer peel-and-stick tiles because they aren't durable and long-term choices for your backsplash areas. If you are looking for cheap backsplash ideas you can select ceramic tiles from our backsplash page.

How Can You Keep Your Backsplash New?

Here are some dos and dont's for keeping them new:

-Don't use tiles with a lot of grout joints. They may be more difficult to clean.

-Do choose tiles in multiples of 3" or 6" increments. Most backsplashes are. 18" and using multiples of that size make installation easier and not too many cuts.

-Do choose tiles that contrast or complement your countertop and your cabinet. In design, you can choose either a contrasting color like black and white, or complementary color. tan mosaics with brown countertops.

-Do keep some spare tiles. In case you want to replace some tiles, it is good to have matching tiles. It may be difficult to find an exact match to an old tile later on.

Modern Tile Backsplash

Modern tile backsplash aims to give homeowners the best of both worlds – elegance, and functionality. The best way to look at modern advancements is tile it to recognize that the world of interior design is pushing beyond traditional looks and finding new ways to revive older styles to make them more contemporary. You can stay in the realm of traditionalism or your can venture into new design territory by blending materials, patterns, and styles. Don't forget that backsplash can be a great accessory. If you want to add up an attractive accessory to your home, please check out our blog.

Backsplash Wholesale

One of the best ways to purchase kitchen and bathroom backsplash tile is to get it wholesale. The benefits of buying wholesale tile are plentiful. Once you secure a seller who offers high-quality tile at an affordable price.  If you don’t have a wholesale supplier that you can visit in person, then we would suggest looking online. At Stone Tile Depot you have the convenience of selecting from hundreds of beautiful backsplash tiles, and backsplash tile mosaics. We offer 24/7 access to our selection via our online tile store.

Backsplash Deals

Backsplash deals are abundant in our online tile shop. We offer some of the best quality tiles and mosaics that will certainly help you make a splash with your new backsplash tile. You can go to the brick-and-mortar places to get a deal, or you can enjoy receiving top-notch service from us. Backsplash tiles are becoming an integral part of designing spaces along counters so you will not regret shopping for your tiles with Stone Tile Depot.