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Backsplash Tile

Backsplash Tile


If you have been looking for a fun and easy project to update your kitchen or bathroom, we have the solution! Consider adding backsplash tiles to those unused walls in your home. Valley Carpet One Floor & Home is your local kitchen and bathroom design experts and our professionals can help you find the best backsplash for your kitchen or bathroom. Your kitchen and bathroom hold the most value in your home, so why not make those spaces beautiful. A great backsplash is one that is both functional and fashionable. Even the smallest of updates can transform your space into something new. 


What is a Tile Backsplash?


The definition of a backsplash is an extension of your countertops up to the base of your cabinets or all the way up to the ceiling. By adding backsplash tile to your kitchen or bathroom, it can help to make your space look newer and more updated. It can round out textures, colours, and design patterns. One of the many features of backsplash is it can be installed simultaneously with your countertops, or later on down the road. We use different materials to create backsplashes, including ceramic tile, porcelain, cement, stone, and glass. The best sales for a kitchen backsplash is based on your style in addition to a budget that you have set. 


Most commonly, backsplashes are installed in kitchens surrounding sinks and stoves. The original purpose of backsplash tile was to protect the walls from water stains, grease splatter, and other damage caused by tools left out on your countertops for daily use. You can also add backsplash to bathrooms behind toilets and sinks, and even surrounding showers. With the right backsplash tile, your design possibilities are almost endless.


If you are interested in learning more or seeing our selection of backsplash tiles, be sure to stop by our showroom and speak with one of our professionals!




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