Backsplashes can add a lot of visual appeal to a kitchen. They also protect the wall surfaces and make cleaning and maintaining the kitchen easier. They can be a problem during the design phase when homeowners try to choose the right tile or mosaic pattern for their kitchen.
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Sheet backsplashes are beautiful and protect kitchen walls.
Guess what? The selection of backsplashes becomes much easier when you ditch the idea of matching tiles or fancy designs and opt for the simplicity of sheet styles. Sheet-style backsplashes are available in two forms: either single sheets with clean aesthetic or prefabricated options that mimic other materials.
What is a sheet backsplash?
Sheet backsplashes consist of continuous, whole sheets of slabs-style material, most commonly quartz, Granite, or solid surface. They are applied to the walls behind sinks and areas around stovetops to protect them against moisture and stains.
This protective element can also be a visual attraction, depending on the material, backsplash pattern, and color. Sheet backsplashes are becoming more and more attractive. There are many options for sheet backsplashes, including natural stones, Corian, and quartz. But some possibilities replicate other textures, such as brick, wood, or linen.
What are the benefits of using sheet backsplashes as a backsplash?
You can use one sheet instead of multiple pieces to make your backsplash.
Simple & diverse design options
It’s easier to choose a single sheet for your backsplash. They will often match the countertop material to ensure a perfect fit. You can choose from various colors and patterns across all materials.
Choose sheet-style backsplashes that have prefabricated patterns or mock-tile designs. This way, you won’t be lost in “design-land,” you can easily select the colors and patterns you like.
Kitchen walls need better protection.
Sheet backsplashes are attractive and offer many benefits, including easy cleaning and protection of the wall behind them.
There are no grout lines or spaces between the tiles that could allow moisture to penetrate the backsplash into the wall. The continuous, smooth sheet makes it easy to clean up any mess.
Choose the best sheet material for your backsplash based on the practicality and size of the area. If you are a fan of marble, then we suggest that instead of choosing “real” marble, which is easily stained and difficult to maintain, opt for quartz or Corian sheets, which look like marble but are virtually indestructible.
Create a seamless appearance.
There are many ways to customize your sheet backsplash. Most people use it all around the kitchen, from cabinet to counter and wall to wall.
You can choose a sheet backsplash that matches or contrasts the wall color of the oven or stovetop. Partially sheeted backsplashes can also be a good option for those with a limited budget.
Corian offers you the best of both worlds.
The routed Corian backsplash is the perfect solution if you want the benefits of a sheet but still prefer the look of tiles. This cost-effective solid surface option features lines routed to look like tiles.
This is a massive advantage because it eliminates the need for tile grout. You get the appearance of tiles without the hassles. Anyone who has ever cleaned grout will tell you it is difficult. Grout can also be susceptible to mildew in an obvious manner. Who wants that in the kitchen?
Choosing Corian backsplash will always be the best option because of its non-porous, easy-to-clean nature and variety of finishes that mimic natural stone. Select a Corian routed backsplash to match your quartz or granite countertops. This example pairs a routed Corian backsplash in Raincloud and a Cambria Quartz counter in Bellingham.