But while the backsplash is a functional part of the kitchen it doesn’t necessarily have to be a boring part as well. Using Talavera tiles will ensure that the backsplash can be turned into a bright feature of the room. If they are used imaginatively the tiles will show off other parts of the room nicely and will draw a person’s eye as they enter the room.
The first is create a Talavera backsplash design by using closely related colors and patterns and placing them as a creative border around the existing tiled are. By oing this you will have effectively turned a section of the kitchen wall into a more formal backsplash are with the simple use of Talavera tiles. This border might be used to distinguish the backsplash from the rest of the wall and the brighter Talavera tiles might be used to accent the plain tiles located inside the bounds of the border.
The second idea is to place the Talavera tiles in a creative pattern that makes best use of similarly colored and patterned tiles. These tiles are perfectly suited for creative placement with many Talavera tile designs available using any of the hundreds of tile designs available. The way in which your backsplash is designed and set up will only be limited by your creative prowess. This type of free-form arrangement can either comprise tiles of the same pattern and colors or you may choose to mix the tiles up, using related colors to join the entire design together.
Talavera tiles will look just as effective if they are in plain colors and will actually work better if used in conjunction with the more decorative tiles. Single color tiles are available in terracotta, yellow, red, light blue, cobalt blue, dark blue, vino and white. Take a look at a few combinations that could be used to create amazingly decorative kitchen backsplashes.