Removable Backsplash

If you live in a rented house, or a house owned by a relative or a friend and you cannot really make any major changes, you are probably stuck with the non-appealing design that lack­s personal touch! Especially, rented kitchens can be truly boring. Well, do not worry though, because there are ways to spice things up even when you are renting space, and one of the ways to do it is using removable backsplash.

Removable Backsplash Benefits

Peel and Stick Removable BacksplashWhat makes removable backsplash so desirable?

The main reason why removable kitchen backsplash is becoming more and more popular with the passage of time is because most renters find it extremely annoying to live in a house which looks totally boring, due to the absence of any personal appeal. Generally, renters are not allowed to carry out any major changes inside the house, and although changing the light fixtures or painting a little part of the house can be done, nothing big is allowed by rent agreement.

Therefore, when it comes to making a kitchen look beautiful, most renters feel disheartened. This is why removable backsplashes are so popular, because not only such backsplashes allow you to admire your kitchen more, but also do so by keeping your landlord happy.

Different Types of Removable Backsplash

Removable BacksplashThere are a number of varieties of backsplash which can be used temporarily. One of the types utilizes smart tiles, which are tiles that have adhesive. Such tiles only require you to peel off the back surface to expose adhesive, in order for you to attach them to the wall. Other than that, there are backsplashes which are designed to work with metallic rods on the backside. You need to attach a metallic bar like thing on the wall, and that bar hangs the tile surface.

Working With Removable Backsplash

If you use smart tiles, you only need a hair dryer to dry the adhesive parts of the tiles to get them removed. As far as fixes that involve metal bars are concerned, you need to just life up the tiles and remove the metal rods, and that’s it. There are no fancy removal processes that will give you any headache, and the best part is that your landlord will not even realize that you renovated your kitchen at some point.

The thing about using removable backsplash is that although such a fix is temporary, it is best to discuss the matter with your landlord before installation to avoid any future trouble. Most landlords should agree and allow you to use temporary backsplash.

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