When we think on backsplash we always associate the concept idea to the kitchen backsplash behind the countertop, stove, and sink which is a pretty standard feature. However, there are a large variety of different ways to treat the space above the vanity sink, shower or bathtub.
It is common to see a full wall backsplash in the bathroom, an entire wall behind the vanity sink or bathtub covered of stoneware tiles. In effect, most of the time, the wall is the backsplash. This offers a practical advantage since a tile wall is easier to clean than painted drywall.
There are a large variety of materials used as backsplashes: from natural stone effect tiles to glass effect porcelain stoneware in different sizes and patterns depending on the overall look and feel. Browse Refin’s selection of backsplash tile and have a go.
While you can match your subtle floor and main wall tile, it is also a great opportunity to create a dramatic contrast in a different color, shape or material when it comes to the backsplash tile. But do not forget that sometimes switching style can be tricky: the wall can visually cut the room off, making it appear smaller. We are experienced enough to suggest you the best solution to balance the floor style with the wall and backsplash tile surfaces.