One of the best ways to add your own personal touch to your manufactured home's kitchen is by adding a fun backsplash!
Whether you are looking to add a backsplash to your home that perfectly fits your family's style or are in the process of purchasing a new manufactured or modular home, here are some ideas to customize and improve the design of your kitchen!
1. Glass Subway Tile Backsplash
To add a modern twist to your kitchen, add glass subway tile backsplash to the walls. There are a variety of different colors to choose from, so find the perfect color to fit your style! Glass subway tile backsplash also brings a sleek and continuous look to your kitchen.
2. Metallic Square Backsplash
If you prefer more detail, try adding metallic backsplash to your kitchen! This option can also bring unity between your stainless steel appliances and backsplash.
Often, you can find a peel and stick option for this kitchen backsplash at your local hardware store. This makes for an easy project that goes a long way in transforming your kitchen!
3. Stone Backsplash
Stone backsplash brings an earthy feel to your kitchen and comes in all sorts of shapes and styles! This backsplash featured in one of our homes adds a stylish texture to the kitchen that draws attention to wherever it is placed in the kitchen.
4. Ceramic Tile Backsplash
For a cleaner and cooler look for your kitchen, try out ceramic tile! You can choose from many different colors and patterns as well as choose the color of the caulk used as a way to emphasize the color of the backsplash tile you choose.
5. Mosaic Tile Backsplash
These backsplash tiles for your kitchen are typically comprised of 3 colors and are a great way to add some flare to your cooking area! As shown in the picture below, you can place the tiles all the way up the wall to bring attention to a specific area of your kitchen.
6. Continued Countertop Backsplash
For a more streamlined look, you can let the countertop flow from the counter up to the wall as backsplash! This gives your kitchen a more spacious feel while also making the countertop look larger.
Now that we've given you some ideas for your kitchen backsplash, check out the history of the modern backsplash and why we started using backsplashes in the first place. You can also browse the cabinet options available in some of our Clayton Built® homes.