How can I go over a tiled back splash without it being permanent as I rent! It is outdated and boring Thank you in advance.
I have a colourful boarder on white tiles and I am fed up with them now. I can’t afford to retile the whole kitchen is there a way of getting rid without changing t... See more
Ok I need everyone opinion. Painted my kitchen cabinets last year and want different tile but it’s not in the budget. I have been looking at some videos of painting... See more
I am going to put up a glass tile kitchen backsplash, my tiles are 3x6. What is the best way to cut them? I have never been very successful cutting glass with those... See more
I need advice please. Shoud we do a band of glass about 5 strips wide in front of sink and side? Also should I bring it strraight across the back of toilet(I would li... See more
I have a long skinny kichen. Not sure if I want the whole wall 15 ft in back splash. Love my cabinets so don't eat to change those (except knobs).
We moved into a new home and there is Formica about 2 or 3 feet up the walls around the bathtub. Am I able to add Tile for a backsplash on top of the Formica or do I ... See more
Just got new countertops installed to find out my wall that the backsplash will be installed is is wavy, is it easier to use mud and build up the wall or use the back... See more
If so what kind of protective finI?
I would like to add tile to the space above the short granite backsplash. Question is: is it considered to be totally wrong (design wise) to leave the short piece a... See more
I tried home depot and lowes and other local hardware stores and they dont have them.I need to cover this holes. I need two of them, I have two and need two more,the ... See more
putting up a backsplash (14 inches high) using embossed paintable wallpaper that is unpasted. Should I apply the wallpaper paste to the wall and then position the pa... See more
I saw this idea in a magazine and am wanting to try it. Of course I am going to paint the brick, white I think. But I want white cabinets as well. Any thoughts? To... See more
i Have ugly subway tile as our kitchen backsplash. I want to replace it, but don’t want to remove it. I’d like to lay it over the current backsplash.
I love the tiles that are available for splash backs in the kitchen but don't want to spend $200-$300. Is there a way of making something that looks like tiles myself... See more
What is a better option, for kitchen backsplash as far as look, durability, price, and style. Peel & stick, wallpaper. Beadboard or tile. This is my 1st home.
You showed pictures and told the name of companies that sold them. Can't find the post now. Can you help me. Don't have date of the post
Should we put tile back splash next to the stove, on the left. Or just leave it blank.