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I love this solution if you really want pattern and colour in your kitchen, but you don’t want to commit to a trendy tile.Sometimes kitchens are functional but less than interesting spaces. A good wipeable wallpaper in a charming pattern can really wake up a space without too much commitment. There are gobs of lovely peel and stick papers out there in every imaginable colour and motif.
Whether the kitchen is white, stained wood, or painted a colour, a white backsplash creates a crisp look that introduces or maintains a fresh look overall – especially when it visually connects to a pale or white countertop. Wood and dark kitchens need the “fresh air” and balance of a white backsplash. And white kitchens look seamless and unified with a matching white backsplash.
If you really want colour on your backsplash, choose a tile that offers a solid block of colour rather than a busy pattern. Often a busy pattern dates much more quickly than a solid finish. So, if you’re clear you’re decorating with blue, green, or yellow, AND you already have a decorating plan in place to pull the colour in, go for it! Install a happy colour on your backsplash especially if you are trying to inject some life into a slightly boring kitchen.