We did one backsplash seven different ways all easy, all cheap and all can be removed in a matter of minutes, which makes them perfect for renters or anyone looking to change their kitchen decor.
More in Kitchen
Take this idea and run with it. We used maps, but you could use wrapping paper, comic strips, magazine covers, whatever. Cut a thin piece of plywood to the exact wall size, glue the paper on top, then apply shellac. When it's dry, attach the plywood to the wall.
We sent a note to our support staff about the glitch you just experienced. Please click the button below to reload your content.
Avalanche Snow Rake (01:09)
DIY Home Flashing Installation (00:01:00)
Scoring and Staining Concrete (02:55)
Installing Soffit Vents (01:00)
Karns-Repairing Hardwood Floor (02:08)
Colorful Cocina (04:04)
Stripping Paint (02:54)
Elegant Travertine Patio (00:02:46)
Door Frame and Jamb Removal (01:32)
Build a Custom Door Frame (00:01:00)
11 Hard-to-Kill Houseplants 11 Photos
Jimmie Johnson's Man Cave Gift 9 Photos
7 Staircases Painted to Perfection 7 Photos
How to Make an Upholstered Footboard 19 Photos
© 2014 Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.