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We will use the measurements we took of your kitchen to put together preliminary designs of your new kitchen. Then we discuss and adjust with you at our second meeting.

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Once we have the preliminary designs complete, we will begin to put together detailed designs for you, which include specific cabinets, appliances, floors, etc.

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7 Concrete Backsplash Ideas for a Bold Statement

Concrete isn't just for sidewalks. You can use this versatile material as a backsplash to make an impression in your kitchen or bathroom. You can get the look with concrete slabs, concrete tiles, or matte porcelain tiles.

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Concrete isn't just for sidewalks. You can use this versatile material as a backsplash to make an impression in your kitchen or bathroom. You can get the look with concrete slabs, concrete tiles, or matte porcelain tiles.

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You can find concrete almost anywhere you look, from sidewalks to garages, but did you know you can also use the material as a kitchen backsplash? Concrete backsplashes are bold and modern, and they go well with a range of kitchen designs.

1. Green Concrete Backsplash

Concrete kitchen backsplash with a green tint to match potted plants.
This first example might come as a surprise. We chose this one to highlight how you can finish cement with different colors to add a bit of interest to the design. Here, the homeowners chose to tint the concrete green to match the potted plants and create a natural feel. The bright white countertop also balances out the darker color of the cement.

2. Matching Concrete Countertops And Backsplash

Concrete countertops with matching backsplash in modern kitchen.
This home uses a concrete countertop and matching backsplash extending up to the cabinets. This is one of the most common ways to use cement in the kitchen, and it works well with the modern hardware here.

3. Concrete Subway Tile

Cement-look subway tile kitchen backsplash with white countertop.
You don’t have to use real concrete to get the same effect. This kitchen uses subway wall tiles that mimic the look of old cement. Once it’s put together, the overall design is similar to a cement wall, except the cement tile gives you more texture and color variation.

4. Entire Wall Of Concrete

Concrete kitchen backsplash that extends for the whole wall.
Concrete is a great material to use for backsplashes for white kitchens, as you can see in this home. The white and gray give the space an airy and relaxed quality, especially when windows let in lots of light.

In this example, the concrete has been spread over the existing wall. This is a simple way to add a concrete backsplash when you’re on a budget.

5. Gray Cement Tile Backsplash

Cement tile backsplash in kitchen with dark wood cabinets.
You can get concrete tiles in a wide range of colors and patterns. But today, we’re focusing on the look of plain concrete. This kitchen uses long cement backsplash tiles for a modern look. The tile design is also reminiscent of siding on a house and works well with the large farmhouse sink.

6. Concrete Vanity Top And Backsplash

Dark concrete vanity top with integrated backsplash.
One cool thing about concrete is you can form it into almost any shape you can imagine. This concrete vanity and backsplash take advantage of that with two sloping sinks that would fit right into a Dr. Seuss story. Here, the backsplash is integrated with the concrete countertop.

7. Concrete Powder Room

Powder room with a concrete sink and backsplash combo.
This small bathroom is big on style. It features a concrete sink and backsplash combination that is chunky and modern. Rounding out the room is a gray toilet, funky mirror, and wallpaper with an intense pattern. A powder room like this certainly makes a statement.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do you create a concrete backsplash?

There are a few different ways to make a concrete backsplash. If you have the time and the skill, you can build molds for thin slabs of concrete and then install the slabs against your wall.

But if you’re a DIYer on a budget, you can get a similar look by pasting a thin layer of concrete on your kitchen (or bathroom) wall. You’ll have to make a smooth cement mix and do a few coats for the material to build up.

Another way to get the concrete look is to use tiles. In practice, many “concrete” tiles are actually gray porcelain tiles with a matte finish. That’s OK since they pretty much look like concrete anyway.

Are peel-and-stick backsplashes any good?

It depends. If you want to change the look of your kitchen in a flash, peel-and-stick options can fit the bill. You can switch the look of your backsplash to a concrete tile look in just a few minutes.

However, be aware that the adhesive may wear out over time if it’s weak or cause damage to your wall if it’s too strong. Renters should test the adhesive on another piece of material before sticking it to the wall just in case.

What is the best material for a backsplash?

Ceramic and porcelain tiles have been popular in kitchen backsplash design for decades, and with good reason. They are relatively affordable and they last a long time. Using a matte gray porcelain wall tile design is a great way to get the look of cement with added longevity.

Can you put a new backsplash over an old one?

You can tile over laminate and Formica easily. You can add new tiles over a tile backsplash as long as the surface is even, the tiles don’t have any cracks, and you use the right adhesive (consult a hardware store for advice).

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