Backsplash to the max; it will add texture and interest to your room

For years, the traditional backsplash has taken a backseat to other major design elements in a new or remodeled kitchen, serving as a functional yet decorative shield to protect the wall behind it from moisture and food splatter.

But lately, experts are noticing a growing movement: the growing backsplash, as evidenced by countertop-to-ceiling-high backsplashes that create an eye-catching feature wall. In fact, Houzz noted this drift in its recently released 2019 home design trend predictions.

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