- Listed: March 9, 2019 8:22 am
As long as you don’t repeat it on the wall it’ll look great!
I agree with my reader that simply to install an accent around the splash that is not repeated anywhere else in the room is not quite as clean and classic looking. The walls are a light yellow and our current coutertops are navy laminate. It also prevents water from going between the vanity top and the wall. I would be questioning why have any backsplash at all?
With that said, not knowing the entire layout of the bathroom or its other features; she might wish to consider opting for one large decorative ceiling to counter-top mirror which would visually expand the space.
I would not use the backsplash on the side walls if there is enough space between the sink and the wall so that the wall isn’t being splashed on a daily basis. I feel it “finishes” the look and (if using tile on the backsplash) keeps the grout from meeting the countertop where it will, inevitably, start crumbling. Clean, barely there but finishes the edge of the stone countertop. To make sure the undertones in your home are right, get some large samples!
I think it’s because in the kitchen you generally have cabinets and you need something to fill in between the counter and cabinet (full backsplash) as opposed to a bath where you will have a mirror only a few inches above the vanity.
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Hate it in the kitchen but seems necessary in the bathroom with so much splashing of water. I do not know what “color” tile or ceramic we should use for the backsplash. I would choose white or off-white subway tile for your backsplash. I think it serves a practical purpose also, it can hide an uneven wall behind the backsplash. I however only did it at the sink because in the future that will be easy to remove instead of around the tub and shower where it would have been a much bigger issue. I always specified a 1″ lip in the same material as the countertop. The 4″ lip looks dated and greatly reduces the space you have for showing off a nice backsplash tile.
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