The Premier Retailer Of Stainless Steel & Other Metal Backsplash Tile
No modern kitchen is complete without a stainless steel backsplash. Whether you are looking for a simple, low maintenance design or a truly unique mixed pattern with glass and metal, StainlessSteelBacksplash.com, an Eden Mosaic Tile site, has a product to fit your kitchen and your taste.
Typically when people think of a metal kitchen back splash they think of the restaurant type sheets of stainless steel that cover large areas. These types of installations are more practical than visually appealing and are designed for quick cleaning and low maintenance restaurant use. Our company specializes in the mosaic tile type back splashes, which are individual sheets of tile, roughly one square foot in size, that can be installed in your kitchen or bathroom. These tiles interlock or butt up against each other to create a seamless look.
Unlike typical backsplash materials such as ceramic or stone tile, metal tile is non porous. This means that the tile wont absorb any liquids or stains, making it an idea material for using in the kitchen, especially behind the stove or range. However, its low maintenance is only half of the story. With so many of today's kitchens making stainless appliances standard, continuing to use stainless steel or even aluminum on the backsplash is a great way to tie your kitchen together. Using metals such as stainless steel or aluminum give a truly modern focal point that you and your guests will enjoy for years.
Installation of metal tile is easy and can be done with regular tile installation tools. You can see some examples in our customer installations section below. Why settle for a plain metal sheet as a kitchen backsplash when you can create a truly unique focal point of your room.
We have over 35 different styles and patterns available in a variety of materials and finishes including stainless steel, aluminum and even copper. Simply view our products below and determine which would be the best fit for your installation. If you need help determining how much tile you need to order, click here.