The kitchen backsplash is placed on the kitchen wall between the countertops and the wall cabinets. It is meant to protect the walls, especially the zones very close to you sink, stove; places where you cook and prepare food from staining. Your backsplash will stain, but the materials from which is made, are in general very easy to clean and maintain. This is a far better option than just a bare painted wall, not to mention the backsplash aesthetic value. With colors, pattern or textures, your backsplash will improve the visual appeal of your kitchen, without difficulty and at a reasonable price. Let’s take a look at 10 backsplashes we think you would like the most.

1.Rustic kitchen backsplash from pallets.


The first project on our list features a wonderful rustic backsplash made from reclaimed wood from old shipping pallets. You can see this backsplash as a DIY opportunity, for your own kitchen, because it’s inexpensive and looks very good. If you decide to do this you will need to find some good boards from old pallets and cut them into a bunch of pieces with similar size and scrub them clean, but for that, you can see more guides at Contractor Culture.

2 3

If you’re skillful you can play with the design by staining the boards. After you have decided upon the configuration stick the individual boards on the wall using liquid nails. I can guarantee you a really authentic rustic look, as well as a great texture for the wall.{found on circadee}.

2.DIY Wine Cork Kitchen Backsplash.


This second project can also be easily done on your own kitchen wall.  This awesome idea uses wine corks to make a beautiful natural-looking kitchen backsplash. Such a thing will be a nice addition in your kitchen by adding a contemporary touch and maintaining certain warmth in your kitchen setting. There are many ways to make backsplashes  from wine corks, the  simplest one is to glue the corks on a board and then place the board on the your kitchen wall. The question is not what kind of board to use or how to place it on the wall, but where to get all those wine corks if you already have thrown yours away. See more reviews at Janes Kitchen Miracles and remember, the next time you open a bottle of wine, think again before throwing its cork in the garbage.{found on site}.

3.Wallpaper for kitchen backsplash


Wallpaper is usually delicate, unable to face a kitchen’s environment, especially in the sink area, where water splashes can easily ruin it. What about vinyl wallpaper? You bet! Vinyl wallpapers is waterproof as well as very resistant to humidity and stands up to scrubbing. This kind of material would make a tremendous good looking backsplash not to mention the overall cost. Even expensive cleanable vinyl wallpaper would be within your budget because you will only need a strip of so. The installation is quite easy all you will need is some primer for your wall and some kind of glue available at any wallpaper store. It is cheap, easy to install and really pulls the whole room together.{found on familyhandyman}.

4.Paint glass for kitchen backsplash


Adding a splash of color in your décor is always welcomed because makes things less dull, but in a kitchen what can you possible do? That’s right, a backsplash! This case presents a very cool idea of protecting your walls of undesired stains but also this can be used to animate the environment. The choice made by this owner for a kitchen backsplash is glass. Since some shops sell a simple 36 square inch sheet of  polished or back painted glass with more than $200 you can always try to do it yourself. With a little research on the internet you can find detailed information about how to back-paint glass. Then if your skillful enough your result should be similar to this wonderful  ocean-blue , back-painted glass, perfect for a modern backsplash, that will fit wonderfully among glossy cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.{found on frugalbits}.

5.Rocks for backsplash


A more dramatic approach for a kitchen backsplash can be this idea presented here. The amount of texture this project creates is amazing. The eye-catching stacked pebbles fit wonderfully in the natural lakeside style of this kitchen. If you want to do a thing like thins on your own and most of all you want it to look exactly like this one, you should know that here there were used only rocks with the roughly the same size and more important, if you want to keep the true natural aspect you should not grout the pebbles. This will fill the gaps and the wall would look like it was “processed” to much. Keep it real, keep it natural.{found on bhg}.

6.Mirror backsplash


If you are the proud owner of a small apartment that has a small kitchen, fear not because there are incredible simple solutions to make it look good as well as functional. The biggest issue with small spaces is the claustrophobic feel. There are a few tricks to make it look bigger and brighten it up. Among glossy white paint and white cabinetry you can also use a mirror backsplash. The light will improve dramatically and depending on what surfaces you have to play with the place will look at least double.  On such surfaces plashes and stains will be visible even at the lower level of cooking, meaning washing some vegetables or the tiniest drops of oil, but the backsplash has the advantage of rapid cleaning, just wipe everything out with a  dump cloth.{found on bespokepress}.

7.Mixed eye catching tiles for kitchen backsplash


If you really want to add some eye-catching focal points in your house with really visible personality, I suggest you to pay attention at this project.  In this kitchen a powerful colored elements automatically draws your attention. This stunning mosaic backsplash is made of mixed tiles. The idea is pretty simple but the result is fantastic. All you have to do is find various wall tiles from local constructions sites or take a bunch of samples from a tile store. Residual tiles should work great as well. Mix the colors and patterns as you like and then put them on the wall with special tile adhesive. Cheap and simple, what’s not to like?{found on boligliv}.

8.Stainless kitchen backsplash

10 11

Stainless steel, aluminum and copper tiles are available in many styles, in brushed of shiny finishes, embossed or plain. If have decided what kind of tile and how it would look on the wall go for it. As long as you turn off the power to avoid accidents with live wires and go easy on the glue everything should go perfect. Let everything to dry a few hours and then enjoy your newly decorated kitchen.{found onfamilyhandyman}.

9.Stone kitchen backsplash


This next backsplash resembles a little bit the one mentioned earlier; the only things differentiating them are the stones and the technique. These little stones cost around $2.50 per square foot so expensive is out of the question. If you want to do this or something similar you should know that is not very much to do; just stick the stones ( thy will probably come in square tiles) and then apply the grout. This part is a little bit tricky and you will need to be very attentive to carefully smooth the grout over the entire surface; globbing it on and smearing it around should work as well. Voila, the garden stone kitchen backsplash is ready.{found on homestoriesatoz}.

10.Calckboard kitchen backsplash


We have treated the chalkboard paint ideas here before and if I remember correctly we spoke about this particular idea as well. The reason why this can be a great backsplash is because you can write everyday funny messages, or draw funny faces, even write recipes. This particularly pattern you see in this images brings a certain alternation between light and dark. The contrast from this chevron chalkboard backsplash is a wonderful visual combination of hand-drawn irregularities and repetition of a continuous pattern. As you can imagine the project is simple and has great advantages; if you get water on the design, don’t worry. You can simply redraw it or start a new one. Isn’t it fun?{found ondesignsponge}.