Backsplash tiles are the center of a kitchen or bathroom of the RV. It not only protects the RV walls but also adds aesthetics to the RV space. Over the years, designers have experimented with different types of backsplash tile design. From what began as bright colored tiles for the kitchen and bathroom walls. Today there is a range of material and design for the backsplash that homeowners can choose from.
Here are some ideas for backsplash designs you can choose for your RV home.
Fill up the RV wall with backsplash tiles.
An easy way to deck up the kitchen and/or the bathroom is to line the backsplash tile up to the ceiling. Backsplash does not have to be limited to the space behind the basin anymore. You can choose a design and color of the tile that blends well with the room and use it to line up the entire wall. It will look neat, clean and beautiful!
Use mirrored finishes for your camping car.
Backsplash tiles have different materials and finished that homeowners can choose from. For a 3D effect, choose backsplash tiles that have mirrored or metallic finishes. Mirrored or metallic finishes add an unusually beautiful pattern to the room and look stunning when natural light hits on the tiles. This reflective surface will stand out in the room and add uniqueness to your kitchen or bathroom.
Go crazy with colorful patterns.
Among the various things that have evolved in backsplash design, we have seen tile patterns go through the most changes. From bright and loud patterns, tiles evolved to have drawings of fruits, vegetables, etc. These were mostly in the kitchen. Today, patterns have become popular again. Although not with loud colors, monochromatic, matte and bright paint finish patterns have gained popularity.
The cottage look of your RV.
Another interior look that has gained popularity in recent years is the cottage look. Homeowners and campers are designing their home in a way that takes them away from the hustling lifestyle of the city around them. A great way to do this with backsplash tiles is by using ones that have a weathered finish or an acid wash finish.
Choose an abstract backsplash design.
Finally, you can choose to go abstract with the backsplash design. Rather than have neatly cut out tile squares or rectangles. The tile can be cut in in differently shaped slabs and put together to form an abstract pattern that stands out.