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Backsplash Advice For Your Bathroom - Would you tile the side walls too?

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I recently had a reader contact me regarding some of her bathrooms where she is now adding tile backsplashes. I asked her if I could share her images and questions here because I thought many might be interested in all these variables and circumstances that are considered with clients on various projects.

You might just find YOUR particular situation described below.

 

Attention: This post has been republished from my archives, primarily because I keep getting this question. Also, because one of the homeowners that I answered here, uploaded her finished photos in the comments and I would love for you to see her end results after doing what I suggested. They look amazing!

Reader Question:

“Carla, have you done a post on bathroom backslashes that I have missed? I'd love to hear your input on them. I have 2 bathrooms I need to backsplash the sink areas. One has 3 walls around the counter top and the other bathroom has a sidewall and back wall. I'm attaching pictures of examples so you know what I mean. Would you only backsplash the back wall on both?”

 

These are the two images below that she submitted as examples. These weren't her bathrooms.

Here was my first response:

 

Depends on several things.

  1. Is the sink really close to the side wall?

  2. Is it a master bath, guest / secondary bath or a powder bath?

  3. What materials are you using on the walls in both cases?

  4. Who will be using the bath and will it be used on a daily basis?

Kids splash water around a lot. If children are using any bath regularly, some protection is needed. I'm doing a beautiful hall bath now that a little 6 year old boy will be using. We're tiling the walls all the way around the bathroom up to 4'-6". :-) I did the same in my daughter’s bathroom upstairs.

If it's a powder bath or a bath that is used by guests, I would say they'll likely be more tidy and you don't have to worry as much about splash. If you're using wallpaper, that gives some protection on the wall and you can get away without doing a splash. I have no backsplash at all in my powder bath that has a pedestal sink with wallpaper on the walls. I’ve never had any water issues there and we use that bathroom a lot.

On the first image you submitted, the smaller bath, I might likely do a side splash if that bathroom will be getting used a lot, particularly by a child or teen.

In the other bathroom, likely a master bath, I probably wouldn't do one, but could, since it's surrounded on 3 sides. This now depends on what you're doing on the walls really and on the rest of the room. If it's just paint, I might be inclined to side splash it. If it has tile on the back wall as a feature, like in the photo, I likely wouldn't do it.

 

Reader question (Master Bath):

“Oh, how silly of me to think there was a cut and dry answer. :) I was able to get pictures of the actual spaces today, so I'll post them here and see what you think.

There is a master bath with two sinks and two side walls on the counter. A kids bathroom with one sink and two side walls. And a powder room with one side wall touching the counter. Everything is painted. There is no wallpaper planned for these spaces. On the master I was going to do a light grey 3x12 tile, vertical 1/3rd brickset, counter to ceiling. I was thinking of doing all 3 walls, but one of the side walls has a door frame with header on it and not sure how to deal with that, so thought maybe just do the back wall."

 

Master bath with double sinks - Tiling the back wall to the ceiling. Should she tile the sides too?

 

My Response:

On the master, I would likely not do the side splash. The wall of tile you’re doing over the sink area will be a nice statement and has a more high end look. Tiling the side walls will sort of take away or diminish the impact of the back tiled wall. Besides, I always prefer to transition materials on an inside corner wherever possible and this is the perfect place to do so.

You could, however, do a small splash in the same material as the countertop and then tile on top of that, leaving a backsplash of the countertop material with no tile above on the sides. I wouldn’t go with 4” here then, that’s just tooooo typical. I’d go shorter, like 2” - 3”, just enough to cover the joint and protect the corners where water will possibly pool where countertop meets sheetrock.

Here’s a great example of that tip, below.

See how we did the short 2 1/2” high slab backsplash so it could wrap the side walls? The sinks were close there, and this gives some protection without taking away from the great visual impact of the tiled wall. Great for when water sort of pools on the countertop and might end up at the edge by the wall.

See how we did the short 2 1/2” high slab backsplash so it could wrap the side walls? A great option when you need some wall protection but don’t want a big, chunky side backsplash.

 

This short 2 1/2” backsplash wraps the side walls but doesn’t diminish the impactful design of the tiled wall.

I would prefer the first recommendation I offered, as I’m not too fond of side backsplashes or slab backsplashes with tile above, particularly in kitchens, but if you feel you need protection there from the sink because of a user that wouldn’t be careful, then you could go the direction of the latter recommendation. In that case, the splash would sort of blend in visually with the countertop. 

 

Reader Question (Kids Bath):

"On the kids bath I was going to do a 3x5 white subway, brickset, and do all 3 walls from counter to ceiling, and line up the edge of the tile with the end of the counter. (This is actually a jack and jill with two sink areas that are the same, except one has doorway on both side walls and one of them just has a doorway on the left sidewall.)" 

 

My Response:

I understand that with the kids’ bath, you want some protection on the sides. Just make sure you use a bullnose piece at the outer edge, lined up with the countertop. I prefer the bullnose piece to be this type, pictured below, with the bullnose on the short side (I assume you are laying it horizontal), as opposed to one of those longer 2 ½” bullnose trimpieces that sort of look like they border the tile.  

 

Reader Response (Powder Bath):

"On the half bath, I was going to do a 12x24 wavy texture white tile, stacked (contempo mashup) and do the entire back wall, including behind the toilet area from floor to ceiling. I had also thought to do that side wall just where it touches the counter, from the counter to the ceiling, lined up with the counter and do a pencil white trim piece all the way up that side to hide the tile edge."

My Response:

In this case, I think the side wall tile application will really take away from the impact the full back wall of tile will have. I would use a paint that can be somewhat washable, like a Sherwin Williams Emerald Matte finish. It’s washable, but not shiny. 

I've done a few bathrooms where we tiled the back wall only and it highlights the tile nicely and makes a big impact.

You might want to think about a different mirror if you haven’t already. That one might look a little chunky on a wall of tile with its heavy frame. Something a little sleeker might be nice so that your impressive tiled wall will stand out.

Many of my posts contain my design preferences and guidelines that I use to design by. Design decisions, however, are always affected by the specific situations of the project. Situations like client preference, functionality, surrounding spaces, budget, etc. Design is not a one size fits all, but if you use some basic principles to guide you, the answers usually come to light.

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10 Tips for Decorating Around a Pedestal Sink

Pedestal sinks offer a sleek, space-saving alternative to a larger vanity. These stylish sinks boast a small footprint, which comes with the added challenge of minimal storage and counter space. With our tips for decorating around a pedestal sink, you can reclaim that lost space while enhancing the look of your bathroom.

1. Master the Mirror

An interesting mirror doubles as a focal point and a useful spot to check your hair or makeup. Match the mirror style to your bathroom decor to pull things together. For example, a mirror with a distressed frame adds vintage appeal, while sleek, simple lines coordinate with a contemporary look. If you can find a stylish mirror that doubles as a vanity you’ve hit storage nirvana. Love this mirror with our Breckenridge faucet!

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2. Add Floating Shelves

Installed above or to the sides of a pedestal sink, floating shelves provide ample space for storing your linens, stashing beauty products, and displaying decorative items such as candles, plants, and flowers for a little extra ambiance like these wooden ones with our Ladera faucet. 

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3. Use Beautiful Accessories

Towel rings, bars, and toothbrush holders fit unobtrusively on your wall. They aren’t just handy — they also look nice. Choose accessories that coordinate with your fixtures to keep things cohesive.

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4. Double Up

You can still have enough space for two people to function in the bathroom with pedestal sinks like this one with our Contempra faucets. Install two, either side by side or spaced apart, depending on the available space and design of your bathroom.

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5. Invest in a Stylish Faucet

From sleek, contemporary faucets to ornate vintage options, you might be surprised at the variety available and the impact that a stylish faucet makes. The right design can transform the room. For a quick look at the newest styles take a peek at our bathroom collections.

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6. Take the Floor

One of the biggest draws of a pedestal sink is the floor space it doesn’t take up like this stunning bath with our Tenet faucet. Choose a decorative basket or a bin to slide under the sink to store your extra soaps, towels, and other bathroom essentials. A quick online search will reveal solutions for nearly every decorating style.

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7. Utilize Other Flat Surfaces

Window sills, chair rails, and the top of the toilet tank all offer ample space to place necessary (or decorative) items.

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8. Go Custom

If space is a challenge consider having a custom sink arrangement crafted. Not only will it fit your exact needs it can also showcase your unique style. Check out our Kelen faucet featured in this Houzz photo for inspiration.

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9. Light it Up

Choose wall sconces that work well with the rest of your bathroom’s style. Sculptural forms and gorgeous materials offer a wide range of options. Personalize things a bit with a decorative shade.

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10. Accent with Textiles

One of the easiest ways to bring pattern, color, and texture into the area around your pedestal sink is with textiles, such as hand towels, plants and decorative rugs. Neutral colors offer a subtle effect, while bright, vibrant patterns add cheery pops for visual impact.

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Bathroom Vanity Backsplash Ideas

What is a Backsplash?

A backsplash is what you would find behind your bathroom vanity countertop that helps reduce damage to walls behind your sinks. They also provide a chance to add a personal touch to your bathroom or powder room. Materials range from stone to tile to glass. The possibilities are endless.

While some vanities come with countertops and backsplashes, buying one without them can actually be easier and offer more customization. You can get installation done locally. This provides a chance for you to look at slabs and samples before you choose one you love. In the case of natural stone, computer screens and online photos don’t show a true representation of the piece of stone you’ll actually get. You can also decide on a custom height and choose edge details if you visit a local showroom. If your vanity comes with a countertop but no backsplash, be sure to take pictures or a sample of your countertop when purchasing your backsplash so you can see them side-by-side.

Do I Need a Bathroom Vanity Backsplash or No?

Some may say that backsplashes are only aesthetic, but others will say they are a necessity.  If you don’t want your walls to get damaged…mold, mildew etc, backsplashes are a must.  Depending on the type of bathroom vanity you have, you might be able to get away without a backsplash if you are trying to save some cash.  Say you have a pedestal sink vanity or a vanity that does not sit flush against the wall, in this case, a backsplash isn’t necessarily necessary.  It would be more for looks and style in this case.

How To Find A Backsplash That Matches Your Bathroom Vanity

One of the most common questions we receive here at Unique Vanities, is how a client can find a backsplash that matches their vanity countertop. Since the majority of our vanities are sold without a backsplash attached (due to the extremely high occurrence of shipping damage) we knew this was something that we should address.
 
Since natural stone is just that - natural - it is physically impossible to find a piece of stone that matches exactly to another. Like a snowflake, the striations in a natural stone vary from section to section. Truly though, that’s the way we want it. If every stone looked the same, we’d never have a truly unique countertop. Natural stone is similar from piece to piece however, in color and pattern for the most part. So, when you are searching for a backsplash to match your vanity, you shouldn’t have too much trouble.

Home Depot and Lowes DO NOT carry remnants or "fall off" pieces of stone to use as backsplashes. They can however, give you a number of a local stone fabricator. We recommend getting the number of more than one stone fabricator so that you are able to compare costs and sample colors to match your single or double bathroom vanity countertop. Once you’ve located the stone fabricators in your area, you’ll want to get a sample from each to compare to your stone at home.

How to Choose a Backsplash?

When choosing a backsplash, think of them as artwork. Materials range from metallic tiles to frosted glass tiles, and there are more natural styles like river-rock tiles.  Shapes of tiles include options like traditional subway tiles (3in x 6in), hexagonal and even circular.  Another choice for backsplashes is to continue your countertop. Because of the variations in natural stone, this option is best executed if you order with your countertop, to ensure that it matches well. If your countertop is a material other than natural stone, you are probably safe to order a backsplash to use with your existing countertop.

What is the Standard Bathroom Backsplash Height?

The standard height for a backsplash is usually 3-4 inches, but going with a higher backsplash will add elegance and a custom appearance. Consider using wall mounted fixtures with an extra high backsplash. Continuing the backsplash up the entire wall will add dramatic effect while doubling as a focal point.

Bathroom Vanity Backsplash Ideas

We do not sell backsplashes as a stand alone item.
 
Have you noticed that all of our bathroom vanities are listed as no backsplash included, though some of the images of our vanities clearly shows a backsplash? We want to provide clarification and alternatives.
 
When we first started in 2005, many of the manufacturers were offering backsplashes; some were attached, some not. Though every attempt was made to properly package the backsplash for shipping, we (along with many retailers) were experiencing higher than average damage rates to them.  When we would ship out a new backsplash, it was nearly impossible that it would arrive intact. And I promise you, we tried everything. A long, narrow piece of stone just doesn’t mix well with any of the freight carriers.
 
Because this inevitably ended in a poor experience for our clients, and us, the manufacturers themselves stopped offering backsplashes as an option.  We currently offer a limited selection of vanities with a backsplash, but if it is damaged, we will not replace it as it’s nearly impossible to do so.
 
Here’s the good news: you’ve got options. Often times, opting for a vanity without a backsplash leads to a more individual, unique design. Simply speaking, your bathroom isn’t going to look like anyone else’s with the same vanity installed.
 
Here are a few ideas for creating a backsplash to fit with your bathroom project.

Glass Tile Backsplash Ideas

 

Stone Tile Backsplash Ideas

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If you’re trying to save a bit of money on your bathroom renovation, you might be questioning whether a backsplash is strictly necessary for a pedestal sink. Alternatively, your current backsplash might be outdated or just a little bit “meh”, and you want to know if you can simply remove it instead of replacing it. So, does a pedestal sink really need a backsplash?

A pedestal sink that rests against the bathroom wall requires a backsplash. However, if you have a small pedestal sink with a shallow basin, you will need a backsplash regardless of whether it’s positioned against the wall. This is because it is easier to splash when you have a small sink.

Let’s have a look at the purposes of a backsplash behind a pedestal sink and when it is necessary. We’ll also have a closer look at the necessity of backsplashes with vintage-style pedestal sinks and modern pedestal sinks. 

 

The Purpose of a Backsplash in the Bathroom

 

The purpose of a backsplash in a bathroom is two-fold: The first purpose pertains to function and the second pertains to design. 

 

A Backsplash Protects the Bathroom Wall

 

vintage pedestal sink with tile backsplash

 

The functional aspect of a backsplash in a bathroom is to protect the area of the wall behind the sink from water damage. 

If you think about your daily use of your pedestal sink, how much water ends up on the wall? Splashes occur when you turn on the faucet too hard, you put your hands too close to the faucet, or you shake your hands to get rid of excess water before drying them on the towel, etc. 

These splashes are usually not one-time occurrences. The wall behind a pedestal sink is continuously being exposed to moisture. Over time, this can lead to physical damage and the growth of fungi.

Physical Water Damage

 

When the drywall behind a pedestal sink is exposed to water, it absorbs the moisture and expands, which can cause warping.

Another issue is rotting. Drywall is made from wood, which breaks down when exposed to high levels of moisture. This means that the wall behind your pedestal sink can start to rot and crumble.

 

The Growth of Fungi

 

The two major fungi that are a problem when walls are constantly exposed to moisture are mold and mildew. 

Mold and mildew can both grow on the surface of the drywall where you can see the problem and deal with it, or they can grow in deeper parts of the wall and not be found until it has become a very serious issue. (If you suspect you might have bathroom mold, be sure to read my post about how to track down bathroom mold and eradicate it.

In any case, mold and mildew are unsightly, and, as fungi, they also pose a health risk. Fungi release spores into the air which can come into contact with a person’s skin and cause irritation, or they can be inhaled and cause allergies and illnesses. 

 

A Backsplash Provides a Design Element

 

A backsplash can be used as an additional design feature in a bathroom. Now, in light of the functional aspect of backsplashes, design might seem like a secondary objective, but it can really make a massive difference. 

And don’t only think of tile when you think about a bathroom backsplash. In this post, I show you 9 different materials that you can use as a backsplash for your pedestal sink.

 

A Good Backsplash Adds Drama

 

Not all bathrooms are suited to the sweeps and angles that give a bathroom a certain dramatic feel. But a good backsplash can be just the right touch to take a simple bathroom décor style and make it something special. 

 

A Good Backsplash Ties Everything Together

 

Your tub may not match your basin, your hardware may not be the same color or style, but a well-chosen backsplash can pick up colors and style notes from all around your eclectic bathroom and unify everything into one look. 

 

A Bad Backsplash Can Draw The Eye, But In a Bad Way

 

There are some backsplashes that you know were an afterthought. They are two-tiles high, two-tiles wide, and so bland or non-cohesive that they can actually ruin the whole look of the bathroom. 

 

Do All Pedestal Sinks Need a Backsplash?

 

modern pedestal sink placed inches from wall

 

All bathroom vanities need backsplashes because they adjoin the bathroom walls, and so water can easily sit against the wall or get behind the vanity if it is improperly sealed. With pedestal sinks, however, backsplashes are not always necessary. 

If It Rests Against the Wall…You Need a Backsplash

If your pedestal sink rests right up against your bathroom wall, then the chances of splashing the wall with water while using the sink are higher. Additionally, water can sit in the space between the edge of the sink and the wall. This will cause even worse damage than intermittent splashes. 

On the other hand, if your pedestal sink is set further away from the wall, then the chances of splashes reaching the wall are lower, and there is no risk of the water sitting against the wall. In this case, you won’t need a backsplash.

Also, if your bathroom has tiled walls, then a backsplash becomes superfluous, even if the pedestal sink rests against the wall. Alternatively, you can think of the whole wall behind the sink as a massive backsplash. 

 

If the Basin Is Shallow…You Need a Backsplash

 

Even if your pedestal sink does not sit against your bathroom wall, you may need a backsplash if the sink is small and shallow. 

If you have ever attempted to wash your hands in a small sink, you know why; it’s almost impossible not to splash water while using it. The floor does get the worst of the water exposure, but the walls are not exempt. 

Impact of Style on Need for Backsplash

 

Pedestal sinks are amazing in terms of their variety and versatility. These days you can get a pedestal sink to perfectly suit almost any décor from vintage to modern and every style in between. But, you might be wondering if there are certain design styles of pedestal sink that need a backsplash, and the answer is potentially. 

Let’s take a look at examples of a vintage pedestal sink and a modern pedestal sink so you can see what I mean.

 

Vintage Pedestal Sinks

 

 

If you want a vintage bathroom décor look, start with a classic pedestal sink and you will be more than halfway there. And if you’re searching for a classic pedestal sink, might I recommend the Cheviot Antique Pedestal Sink?

It is made from luxurious vitreous china, whose glass-like finish is attributable to the fact that they actually fire it with a fine glaze of powdered glass. This not only makes it beautiful, but also makes it durable, easy to clean, and resistant to microbes. Isn’t it gorgeous?

But, back to backsplashes! The shape and style of the Cheviot Antique Pedestal sink is typical of a vintage pedestal sink, and it is most suitable for installation right up against the bathroom wall. So, if this is the style you are going for, the chances are that yes, you will need a backsplash.

 

Modern Pedestal Sinks

 

Modern pedestal sinks, on the other hand, can be placed against the wall or further away from it, and look wonderful in either position.

Look at the Island Pedestal Sink by Fine Fixtures as an example. 

In the photo, it has been installed closer to the wall, but its contemporary rounded shape and the lack of a lip at the back of the sink means that it would still look fabulous if it were installed a few inches forward and away from the wall.

By the way, the Island Pedestal Sink is not just the perfect blend of elegance and bold statement, it is also made from vitreous china, which makes it durable and an absolute breeze to clean.

 

The Pedestal Sink Backsplash

 

If you would prefer not to install a backsplash in your bathroom, then a pedestal sink is the best option for you. You would have to find one with a sink that has a larger basin to minimize splashing. And unless your walls are tiled, you’d want to install it a few inches from the wall.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you need a backsplash for a pedestal sink?

A pedestal sink that rests against the bathroom wall requires a backsplash. However, if you have a small pedestal sink with a shallow basin, you will need a backsplash regardless of whether it’s positioned against the wall. This is because it is easier to splash when you have a small sink.

How big is a pedestal sink in a bathroom?

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What's the best backsplash for a bathroom sink?

Combine a variety of material types for a more dynamic bathroom sink backsplash. In this bathroom, linear glass mosaic tiles add visual interest to a wall of limestone wainscoting. A durable, eco-friendly laminate rail that matches the clean-lined vanity separates and showcases the neutral bathroom backsplash.

What kind of China do you use for a bathroom pedestal sink?

Vitreous china: Vitreous china is the most common choice for bathroom pedestal sinks. It has a shiny appearance and is easy to keep clean. It resists corrosion and staining, but it may chip from heavy impact. Marble: Marble is a beautiful and elegant choice for bathroom pedestal sinks, but it’s expensive.

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How to Replace a Pedestal Sink - Ask This Old House

If you've got a pedestal sink, do you need a backsplash? It's entirely optional. All pedestal sinks have some type of dam designed to prevent water from spilling over the back. Some pedestal sinks, like the one pictured here, have a quite substantial backer that obviates the practical need for a wall backsplash.


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Keeping this in consideration, does my bathroom sink need a backsplash?

In bathrooms, you get by without a backsplash in some situations. If you have a sink counter that does not butt up against the wall (a pedestal sink, for example), your need for a backsplash is only aesthetic.

Also Know, are 4 inch backsplashes outdated? One of the biggest cons of a 4-inch backsplash over a full-tile backsplash is that the design is a little outdated. Though still a popular design, many kitchen designers tout the more modern and trendier full-tile design.

Similarly, should all bathroom vanity have a backsplash?

Some may say that backsplashes are only aesthetic, but others will say they are a necessity. If you don't want your walls to get damaged… mold, mildew etc, backsplashes are a must. Depending on the type of bathroom vanity you have, you might be able to get away without a backsplash if you are trying to save some cash.

How do you finish the edges of a backsplash?

Complete the edge by applying a piece of painter's tape to the wall next to the tiles. Squeeze a thin line of caulk down the outside edge of the tiles where they meet the wall. This blends the tiles into the wall, giving it a clean, finished look.

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How to Make an Easy and Cheap Backsplash for the Bathroom Sink

By Amy Wilde

Add flair to your bathroom decor with a new backsplash.

Remodeling an outdated or boring bathroom can be very expensive. If you're looking to refresh the look of your bathroom without blowing a wad of money, install a colorful new backsplash above your bathroom sink. A backsplash can serve as a focal point for the room while it protects the wall above the sink from water damage.

Self-Adhesive Tiles

Tile is a classic choice for a backsplash, but the material can be expensive and a hassle to install. Luckily, there's a wide variety of affordable self-adhesive tiles available for a quick, stress-free backsplash project. Self-adhesive faux ceramic tiles come in vivid colors and patterns for a fresh, bright look. If you want a more subtle, upscale feel, you can purchase linoleum sheets made to look like stone. Self-adhesive metal tiles are even a possibility, albeit a more expensive one.

Faux Tin Ceiling Tiles

These styrene tiles are specially treated to look like metal and come with a variety of patterns and finishes, but the material is more durable and much more affordable than metal. All you need are the tiles, scissors to trim them and the appropriate adhesive, and you'll have a classy, stylish accent for your bathroom.

Paint

Instead of installing a traditional backsplash, try painting above the sink. You can use traditional paint in a bold color, or try a faux-finish spray paint made to give a terracotta or sandstone finish. Iron oxide paint will provide increased durability. You can even use chalkboard paint in either the normal or magnetic variety for a whimsical touch. If you're using traditional paint, just be sure to use a semigloss or another easy-to-clean finish, or apply a protective varnish over the top.

Wallpaper

A small area like a backsplash is the perfect place to use flashy or intricate designs that would be too much on an entire wall. If you've fallen in love with a wallpaper pattern that you're afraid to use on the wall, a backsplash might be just the place for it. You can even get vinyl-based temporary wallpaper that will peel right off when you feel like a change. Be sure to choose a wallpaper that's durable and water-resistant.

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