Tile Backsplash Guide

Stainless Steel Tile

 

To begin, stainless steel is a metal that is resistive to staining and corrosion. Stainless steel is low maintenance, relative in expenditure, and preserves a brilliant shine. With these exclusive properties stainless steel creates an ideal material for a lot of applications both in the home and outside the home. There are thousands of places we can find stainless steel at work in our daily lives. For instance: cutlery, hardware, cookware, major appliances, surgical instruments, industrial equipment, and building material like stainless steel tile.

 

Concentrating just on stainless steel tile I will introduce some ways that a home owner might use stainless steel tile in their home enhancements projects, and for those that are designing a new home there are many uses for stainless steel tiles in bathrooms, kitchens, and in flooring.

 

Why select stainless steel mosaics when trying to design a kitchen backsplash or bathroom? Stainless steel tiles are radiant, smooth, modern, and groundbreaking. For one, stainless steel metal tiles come in a variety of colors and finishes like copper or brass and even a stainless steel stucco finish that gives texture and dimension to the metal tile design. Most kitchen appliances come with a brushed satin finish; stainless steel tiles come in the same brushed satin finish making it easier to match a metal tile backsplash with the appliances. If you are looking for stainless tile for your floor then the 14 gauge tiles are most recommended. With a thicker stainless steel tile, maintainability, durability and appearance are not an issue.

 

To better complete your one-of-a-kind metal tile design, what do you do about those light switches and receptacles? The reply is simple; there is a full line of switch and receptacle stainless steel covers that range from single gang to four gang toggle wall plates. Every possible plug or switch combo is available with most stainless steel tile dealers. Check out https://www.reference.com/science/composition-stainless-steel-17bd7be3d2308ff0 to learn more about metal tiles.

 

So you're off and tiling your new kitchen backsplash and you come to the last row of tile when you find that a whole tile is just too big. What to do? Two ways to fix this issue, a lot of stainless steel tile manufacturers provide custom pre-cut tiles that you can order with your full size tiles. Pre-cut tiles are more expensive for the reason that the buyer will have to pay for each cut, about a dollar and a half, on top of the cost of the stainless tile. Option two is to buy your own metal tile saw. Get metal accent tiles ideas here! 


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