The kitchen stove backsplash is the stove built to protect the wall from water splashes and heat. There are severeal ideas of kitchen stove backsplash. These ideas including mosaic, glass, metal backsplash. Mosaic tiles are made from glass or clay and have more depth and character than ceramic or porcelain. They are pricier and can be quite expensive if you choose exotic materials or designs. Installation is trickier and requires hiring a professional tile setter if you are not experienced in the craft, since the procedure involves applying an adhesive backing, grouting the tiles and finishing them with a sealer. Mosaic tiles are sturdy and add a high-end flair to backsplashes. Glass tiles are among the most practical backsplash materials as they are easiest to clean and do not stain. However, they are more expensive than ceramic, porcelain or most mosaic tiles and trickier to install. If your budget permits, custom-made glass backsplashes with various colours and patterns are an attractive alternative.
If you prefer a moderately priced, modern, glossy backsplash that goes well with many types of kitchen decor, stainless steel is a good choice. Stainless steel is tough but easily shows water, food and grease spots, a problem that can be minimised by choosing a quilted or brushed finish. Interesting tin backsplashes can be fashioned from old tin tiles on which you press designs of your choice before attaching them to the wall with special adhesives.