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Kitchen and Backsplash Tile – Concrete Backsplash

The kitchen backsplash is the area between the countertop and the kitchen wall. It can also be beneath the cabinetry above the countertops. The kitchen backsplash is not only installed for organizational and cleanliness purposes but to enhance the design theme of the kitchen. They are usually matched with the countertops.

It is not necessary to install concrete backsplash tile with concrete countertops but it is usually done this way to add more consistency to the kitchen design. With a concrete tile backsplash, there is more freedom for matching colors, patterns and shapes.

Kitchen Backsplash Tile Ideas

When it comes to using concrete backsplash tile, there is an unlimited choice for designing the kitchen as you want. Concrete tiles offer a wide range of colors and cuts along with better durability and easier maintenance.

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Here are some kitchen backsplash tile ideas you can try for your new or remodeled kitchen:

Continuing the Countertop

If you don’t install a backsplash, you may feel like the countertop looks incomplete. It will make your kitchen look kind of dull. Therefore, installing backsplash will bring your design theme to life. it will create continuity in the design that will enhance the overall aesthetic. As mentioned earlier it is better to install the same material for the backsplash as the countertop to maintain the consistency. With concrete tile, you can enjoy multiple benefits including easier cleaning of the backsplash tile.
 

Concrete Tile Overlay

If you are remodeling your kitchen and want to get rid of the old tiles without much effort, it is better to invest an overlay. The overlay tiles can easily cover up the old tiles and make your kitchen look brand new. The concrete tile overlay is available if you want to match the backsplash to your concrete countertops. There is not lack of colors and patterns you want to choose from.

Natural Backsplash

If you want to bring about natural look to your kitchen, then concrete tile is a good option. The highly customizable nature of concrete allows you to choose organic shapes and colors. The rough edges of the tiles will add to the natural aesthetic of your new or remodeled kitchen.

Similarly, you can combine multiple design ideas to produce from a concrete backsplash tile. You can bring out the artist in you to make your dream kitchen come true.

What is Concrete Backsplash Tile Made Of?

A concrete tile is not exactly a cement tile. It goes beyond being just a cement tile with added aggregates that are light in weight and certain additives. Additives may include fiber reinforcement acrylic and silica fume pozzolan.

Since it is just not cement, a concrete tile offers various features like durability, easier cleaning and maintenance. With regular cleaning, it is fairly easy to maintain the durability. It is recommended to use clean water and microfiber mop each time. You can mix water with neutral cleansers to avoid abrasion of the tile. For long-term maintenance, it is better to invest in resealing of the tiles when it is required.

Westside Tile and Stone

Westside Tile and Stone specialize in high-quality concrete tiles that can be used to install kitchen countertops and backsplash tile. The company offers a wide range of colors and patterns to suit the customer’s preferences for the kitchen design. With highly market competitive rates, Westside Tile and Stone ensure that the concrete backsplash tile will last longer and provide stunning aesthetics for any kitchen. To know your options in terms of concrete tile for the kitchen, contact Westside Tile and Stone today. The experts will guide you through great options and offer an estimated quote.

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