If you’re looking to add more interest to your kitchen and bathroom, then you have come to the right place. In this post, we will help you find inexpensive ways to make both your kitchen and bathroom pop. Choosing the right backsplash is the best way to highlight your personality. Speak to an experienced remodeler who can assist in finding the right backsplash for your bathroom or kitchen. Here are some tips that will help make your backsplash a focal point, without spending a fortune.
Pick the Right Material
Today, you will find tons of materials to make the perfect backsplash for your kitchen or bathroom. You can choose:
Other materials you can use are granite, tiles, glass and travertine.
Perfectly Balance Everything Together
A backsplash will add style to your bathroom and kitchen, but you will need a renovation expert to come up with a perfect balance between the floor, counter top and the backsplash. Renovators can install the backsplash in such a way that it doesn’t appear as a separate part of the kitchen or bathroom space.
Choose the Right Design
With the right design, a backsplash can transform your old, traditional looking kitchen into a new and contemporary one. Ask an experienced remodeler to help you come up with a customized design that will give your kitchen and bathroom a fresh remodel. The design should be based on the material you’re using to create a perfect finish. Professional kitchen and bathroom designers will walk you through the process of designing and choosing the right materials. Don’t treat the backsplash as a Do-it-Yourself project. Consult with experts to save time and money.
If you are in the Chicago area and considering adding value to your home by adding additions to your home then contact Areté Renovators today at (773) 610-4551 to schedule a free consultation.
Liza Balistreri Cahill is a broker with Compass in Chicago who loves everything about real estate: scouting the market for that perfect property, being a concierge-level resource for her clients, and developing relationships with those in the industry.