EASY DIY KITCHEN BACKSPLASH IDEAS – You’re probably wondering why kitchen backsplash can look diverse and stylish. A kitchen backsplash contains many materials and designs that you can apply yourself.
Because of this, you don’t mind buying slightly more expensive backsplash materials for the kitchen. You don’t have to pay for professionals like tiles or ceramics for floors. In addition, the kitchen recess does not take up a large area.
Hence, you don’t have to spend so much money to buy a large number of tiles or stones.
Color the ceramic tiles
We think you can all paint, right? So go for the favorite color to hurt the planned kitchen backsplash. You can lay ceramic tiles yourself. Or you can hire professionals to do it for you.
After that, paint the ceramic tiles with your beloved color. This image suggests soft blue as a color for the kitchen recoil. The bright color can make you want to spend more time cooking for the whole family. Of course, you can also include other colors.
Painting the ceramic tiles is super easy. You can buy new paint on purpose or use leftover paint.
Install faux bricks
Our second idea is to install artificial stones. The kitchen backsplash looks like a subway kitchen backsplash. You can request information on specific materials and installation options from your hardware store.
In general, you can just put the artificial stone wallpaper that will match the overall shape of the kitchen. Clean and tidy, this backsplash design is wipeable and easy to remove.
Choose wallpaper materials that will last longer so you don’t have to spend money changing wallpapers often. Artificial stones like this one can make the entire kitchen fresh.
Wooden boards as kitchen backsplash
You can use used wooden planks for the kitchen backsplash or buy wooden plank wallpaper. In any case, the backsplash of the wooden plank kitchen creates a warm and homely ambience for the entire kitchen.
After deciding between the two, look in the kitchen area for materials that the boars can glue together for the backsplash. The third idea looks simple and cheap. You just have to be careful when placing one board and the next.
Applying different shades of brown as shown here offers cool ways to embellish the backsplash.
Mini tile as a DIY kitchen backsplash
We especially love mini tiles, as this picture shows. Cute and neat mini-tiles are another popular DIY kitchen backsplash in many homes these days. You can choose glass tile wallpaper for a much easier installation.
Or, you can buy some mini tiles from a home appliance store. Another good point is that you can buy mini tiles based on the budget. If your budget is tight, buy a small number of mini-tiles then install a small serving for the backsplash.
On the contrary, you can buy a large number of mini tiles to cover the entire kitchen area.
DIY self-adhesive tiles for the backsplash
The fifth of our easy DIY kitchen backsplash ideas is a groundbreaking innovation in home decor. Self-adhesive tiles can stick to the wall so you can spend money looking for specific materials to act as glue.
You just need to be careful when you cut the self-adhesive tiles so that they go well with the overall kitchen area. As can be seen here, the self-adhesive tiles are provided with wooden furniture and the windows.
This picture particularly points to glass tile design that seems loved by many.
Pebbles and concrete wall as a DIY backsplash
Our next idea is really unique. Instead of stone, this kitchen backsplash combines pebbles and concrete walls. Pebbles take up half a part of the kitchen area. If you have enough pebbles, there is no need to buy pebbles.
However, if supplies are limited, you can buy the remains in the store along with the material to glue the pebbles together. Or you can ask your neighbor or relative for pebbles. What to keep in mind is to be careful when washing.
Immediately remove spilled or contaminated material that has contaminated the pebbles.
Pegboard backsplash solution for do-it-yourselfers
Since black and white dotted backsplash can seem awkward, choose pegboard backsplash instead. In this white kitchen, the pegboard backsplash brings a slightly opposite tone to the strongly dominant whitish hue.
Just go to the hardware store for this particular backsplash design. Then ask for a specific material to glue the backsplash to the area. As with other ideas, you need to be careful when fitting the backsplash to the overall area of the kitchen.
Wallpaper backsplash for the kitchen
Channel your taste in art through wallpaper backsplash. As seen in this picture, you can even buy glossy, green bird wallpaper as shown in this picture. The wallpaper is immediately noticeable here in the white kitchen.
The backsplash is shiny and gorgeous and it will surely make an easy way to motivate you to come to the kitchen as often as possible. This background backsplash can bring a little joy in your heart as you cook or wash dirty dinnerware.
Airstone DIY kitchen backsplash
Our ninth idea seems a little difficult, but still feasible. Some call this airstone backsplash style artificial stone. After the kitchen area is ready, you can get some stones that are definitely strong enough.
Then stack them up just like this one. You can contact a hardware store where you buy the bricks to know how to properly glue them together. The result looks natural and warm.
Beautiful ceramic for DIY kitchen backsplash
The last of our ideas is a beautiful ceramic that can definitely liven up your kitchen. We added this idea to the list because there are many different ceramic designs that look so charming.
This ceramic design is just one of them. You can buy the ceramic style in small or large numbers. Then buy cement, add water and stir them all to put the ceramic in the desired kitchen part.
The ceramic backsplash looks especially wonderful in a white kitchen like this one.