Back Splashes for Your Kitchen

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Real Estate Agent with Team Properties Group, LLC

Upgrading your kitchen with a back splash.

 

The backsplash is a practical solution to keep one of the messiest rooms in the house one of the easiest rooms to clean.


 

A kitchen backsplash protects wallpaper and painted walls from splatter of cooking which can be hard to remove.

 

Wallpaper and painted walls can absorb odor from cooking so adding a ceramic tile backsplash by the stove will help to prevent this from happening.

 

A kitchen backsplash adds a focal point to an otherwise plain looking kitchen.

 

A tile backsplash is a great way to hide small gaps when countertops don’t sit flush against walls, providing a more aesthetically pleasing kitchen.

 

They can increase the value of your home.

 

A backsplash adds a personal touch to the room’s style.

 

Creating your own style with a backsplash is pretty simple and can be inexpensive.

 

 

For more tips on increasing the value of your home, visit Creating Curb Appeal

 

Don't be afraid to add some personality to your home. A larger percent of new age buyers are looking for homes with individual character. 

 

 

Backsplashes work well in bathrooms too!

 

Looking for a house that has it all? 

4104 Brorby Blvd

 

 

Changing up your color scheme to fit the latest trends!

 

 

Summer Robertson

307.250.4382

 

Team Properties Group, LLC

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Summer Robertson | Associate Broker

The Summer Robertson Team - Team Properties Group, LLC

307.250.4382

summerrobertsonrealtor@gmail.com

www.GilletteRealEstateSearch.com

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