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Top 100 Kitchen Backsplashes Projects

  1. 76. Homeowner-Installed Backsplash (00:02:50)

    Jay Baker shows homeowners how to install their own kitchen backsplash.

  2. 77. Tiling Over Laminate Counters (05:03)

    Fuad Reveiz shows how to install tile over exisiting laminate countertops.

  3. 78. Tile Backsplash (02:43)

    With these tips from Marc Bartolomeo, anyone can tile a kitchen backsplash.

  4. 79. Install a Tile Backsplash

    Install new ceramic, porcelain, glass or stone tiles above a countertop to brighten a kitchen or bath.

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  5. 80. How To Install a Stone-Tile Backsplash

    Installing a stone-tile backsplash requires basic to intermediate-level skills, and because the project is limited to a small area, the...

    Time:
    Two Days
    Cost:
    $250 - $500
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  6. 81. Tiling a Kitchen Backsplash (00:01:00)

    Adding tile to your kitchen backsplash is easier than you might think.

  7. 82. Install Full Glass Backsplash (05:01)

    Marc visits a glass company to learn how a glass backsplash is installed.

  8. 83. Impossible Layout (20:00)

    Classic blend of old & new finishes will add modern style to this kitchen.

  9. 84. Budget Backsplash Project: Favorite Recipes on Display

    DIY Network has instructions for making an easy renter-friendly backsplash project.

  10. 85. Tasty Vanilla Ice Kitchen (03:24)

    Bargains and retrofitting turn the gutted kitchen into a showplace.

  11. 86. Big Trouble- No Room for China (20:00)

    Professionals take this couples tiny space from impossible to incredible.

  12. 87. Loft - Handmade Backsplash (20:00)

    The homeowners added inspirational words to the handmade tile backsplash.

  13. 88. New High-Definition Laminate (01:00)

    Updating your kitchen countertops will immediately add value to your home.

  14. 89. Bamboo Blowout (04:43)

    After four years and seven contractors, this kitchen is ready for a redo.

  15. 90. Safety First (04:47)

    Not only is this kitchen outdated, but a gas leak is making it hazardous.

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