I want to make a splash back for behind cooker.
Hi Sally! There are a ton of inexpensive (and easy to apply) options now both online and at any of your local home improvement stores. What has really impressed me is the quality of stick on backsplash "tile" now and the range of options. I used a plastic tile that I glued up that looked like tin ceiling tiles that I purchased it on Amazon. You can see that in my post about my open shelves above my kitchen sink here: https://www.hometalk.com/43407629/replacing-my-barnwood-shelf-with-two-open-shelves-above-my-kitchen-sin
You can go with a variety of materials: tile, formica, metal, or whatever your countertops are would be my best recommendation for a cooker that may have spills and splatters.
Here are some ideas but you can buy peel and stick tiles that are easy to put up and easy to clean as well
There are lots of things that can be used for a backsplash - tile, glass gems, metal, etc. Here's a link with lots of ideas to give you some inspiration:
A peel and stick heat tolerant backsplash would work behind a cooker, here are some from Amazon:
Here are some beautiful ideas:
So many different ideas can be used for your backsplash! Just decide what you'd like best. Here's some different ones for you to consider!
Hi Sally, I hope this link helps you out,
Tiles can be applied to the wall using Power Grab. Gaps can be filled with caulking that comes in a caulking gun tube.
Hi Sally: Check these sites:
Hello tiled backsplashes are a popular choice to consider. Perhaps a visit to the tile store might give you options and an idea of the cost to your budget.
Here is a tile for backs splash https://www.simplenaturedecorblog.com/how-to-install-subway-tile-backsplash-in-the-laundry-room/
Here's a post that might help - https://www.lowes.com/n/how-to/how-to-install-a-tile-backsplash
I would pick out backsplash tile that you love. Then follow a tutorial on how to install it. Check out this one: https://www.hometalk.com/41004699/how-to-install-a-backsplash
Here are 3 inexpensive ideas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNEt102h4RM
Hi! I wanted a reflective surface behind my radiant heater that was mounted on the wall. I found an embossed self adhesive aluminum product that was safe. It was easy to put up and it was actually recommended for a backsplash behind the stove. I bought mine on Amazon, but, I am sure it is available elsewhere. I saw something similar on Wish.com.
Tile or tile board makes the best back splash. https://www.tileshop.com/application/backsplash
This may help: https://www.hometalk.com/17477055/kitchen-backsplash-diy-tutorial
If it's behind the stove, tile is best since it's fire retardant and easy to clean. There are a lot of other pretty options out there, but I would keep those two important ones in mind when choosing. Stick tiles are a great option.
Here are some ideas: https://www.hometalk.com/search/all?filter=DIY%20backsplash
Hi Sally, so many backsplash ideas here:
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