Photographer: Christina Wedge
Transitional design with modern and rustic detail in this kitchen. This kitchen features a large-scale pattern fascade backsplash that visually pushes the walls up and out.
Similar to its dictionary brother "facade," a Fasade backsplash is wearing a mask of sorts, considering that these plastic backsplashes are made to look like rich materials at a fraction of the cost.
Fasade backsplashes come in a range of designs that mimic materials from tin to ceramic subway tiles. For example, if you are seeking a repurposed look in your antique-inspired kitchen, then consider a Fasade backsplash made to look like turn-of-the-century tin tiles rather than something you purchased at a home improvement store.
On the other hand, a classic kitchen that has been decorated in creamy whites and muted colors can benefit from a Fasade backsplash that is made to look like stone or ceramic tiles. The end result is a finished look that lets you stay comfortably within your budget.
The Fasade tiles are easy to install, using durable two-sided tape or a construction adhesive. Fasade panels are also easily adaptable to a range of spaces, given their ability to be easily cut with scissors or a utility knife.
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