Do-it-Yourself with Faux Tin Backsplash
We recently bought our first dream home and are planning to
re-do some parts of the house to my liking. There are a number of things on
our to-do list, but we decided to focus on the kitchen. The first priority
is the kitchen counter. After spending a fair amount of time doing research,
we've pretty much narrow down the material and color of the counter. That
seems like a fairly easy part. However, when it comes to backsplash, the
options are a little overwhelming.
kitchen backsplash is basically nothing other than an old fashioned
pain. I can tell you it is a tough job when you try to clean the water spots
and dark stains out of it. I've tried all sorts of cleaning material and
always end up scraping the pain off. I need a new backsplash for our
One of the option is wallpaper. It seems like a easy solution for
providing a layer of protection to the wall. However, it is stain easily and
wear down over time. Plus, wallpaper is a bit out of date, don't you think?
Tile is a popular backsplash choice. But the spills and splatters are harder
to clean up. All the grout joints may absorb water and stains and cause
discoloration. Another option is to go for a high end stainless steel
backsplash. It is the newest trend for modern kitchen but it could be pricy.
Plus, water spots and fingerprints will still make the taintless steel
backsplash look dirty and messy.
After some more research and comparison, we've found
faux tin backsplash roll as an alternative option. Faux tin backsplash
won't cost a fortune and still provides a great design look. It comes in a
roll and can be cut With scissors and install easily with adhesive glue.
Faux tin backsplash require little or no maintenance which make it a perfect
solution for DIY project. The best part about the faux tin backsplash is
that it'll be easy to clean by simply wipe clean with water.