Backsplash Tile for Your Kitchen or Bathroom
The experts at Parkers Carpet One Floor & Home in Spartanburg are here to help you transform your dream kitchen or bathroom into a custom space. The perfect kitchen or bathroom requires a lot of planning, from tile on the floors to the walls. Homeowners commonly look over backsplash tile, even though it is a simple and cost-effective way to update your space. Originally, backsplash tile was a means to keep kitchen messes under control, but today it has become the centerpiece of most remodels, and you can add your own touch of personality to the design.
Design a Custom Backsplash
Customize your kitchen or bathroom and make use of an otherwise non-functional space with backsplash tile. You can use your current décor and personal style as a point of inspiration. Stop by our showroom and speak with one of our design professionals who can show you backsplash layouts that you can also draw inspiration from. Your personal style combined with our flooring professional’s eye for design can create a completely custom look in your kitchen or bathroom.
Durability and Easy Maintenance with a Backsplash
As we mentioned earlier, backsplashes were used to protect walls from accidental food or grease splatter when cooking. With a proper backsplash tile arrangement, your walls are shielded from all kinds of accidental spatters and spills. With minimal effort you can remove almost any mess, and stains are no longer a fear. The fact that you get to be creative is just an added bonus. Not only are backsplashes functional, but a custom backsplash also adds style to your space.
Since backsplashes are mostly made from tile, they are inherently easy to clean and care for. If anything happens to one of the tiles, they can easily be individually replaced, and there is no need to rip up the whole wall. Sometimes this is out of necessity, but it doesn’t have to be. You can essentially update the entire look of your kitchen with one small, low-effort change, and the best part is that a small section of tile is never terribly expensive.
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