Other than color you need to also consider textures. Install sheets of tile that mix stone, glass, and/or metal. The effect is gorgeous. It can go from a natural look to very upscale. Changing the texture will add depth to your splash and make it blend very well with your countertops and cabinets.
Another idea to protect your wall is to paint it. The use of paint as kitchen backsplash is the most inexpensive and requires less effort. You can choose a color that is contrasting to the rest of the walls in the kitchen or a bold color to give emphasis. Do not worry on staining the painted wall because there are paints that are specially made for the kitchen. Choose a semi-gloss paint that is resistant to food residue.
Personalize your kitchen backsplash by finding something decorative for the space behind the stove then use a solid on the rest of the backsplash. Just make sure that the solid is one of the colors from your stove area. Try incorporating glass tile into a ceramic tile backsplash. Install the glass behind the stove and then as inserts throughout the ceramic field tile. This can be done as a border too. Another idea is to use a solid glass tile on the backsplash but run a border of color or blended colors through the middle or along the counter top.
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