How to Planning Your Backsplash Before Tile a Backsplash?

Measure the space where you want to install your backsplash. Use a measuring tape and a pencil to mark out the area your backsplash will cover. The size of the area will determine the number of floor tiles you’ll need to buy, as well as the space you’ll need to prepare, so keep this information noted down when purchasing your equipment.

Your backsplash should start slightly above the countertop in your kitchen. The top could either meet with the underside of your kitchen cabinets or could stop at any chosen place up the wall. If you don’t know where you want your backsplash to end, wait until you know the size of the wood tiles you want to use. Make your backsplash a certain number of tiles design high, rather than a predetermined height.

Measure the height and width of the backsplash and keep these noted down. This will give you a guide for the number of tiles you need to cover the area, as well as a note of the total area you need to wall tiles design if you multiply the two numbers together.

Purchase spots tiles for your backsplash. Tile sellers and hardware stores will have a large selection of tiles for you to choose from. Find a wall tile which matches the desired look for your kitchen, and purchase enough to cover the chosen area.

Talk to the casstle tile salesperson or someone at your local hardware store to work out how many tiles you’ll need. Divide the area of your backsplash by the area of a single tile or cement tile sheet to get a rough idea of how many Sand Stone tiles you’ll need.