You can never have too many backsplashes in the kitchen. In fact, it’s never really worth having a whole room wall just for your backsplash. The kitchen is a place where you gather objects, you cook them, you clean up some countertops or you let your kids play games. It’s always busy and crowded and if you decide to have a backsplash maybe it would be better to leave that space open and leave the rest of the walls white.
Nowadays the kitchen is usually one of the biggest rooms of the house so fitting all the cabinets and shelves into the same space may not be easy. But if you have a small kitchen then you can improvise and you can have a narrow kitchen, very functional but also letting you have plenty of extra storage space. The following tips might help:
A backsplash can also be the key to a successful lockset. You would have to have a specially designed backsplash which you can install yourself. All you need is a few nails and a hammer.
Losing the countertop is usually an issue, especially when you have a kitchen where you do not have to have a dishwasher. So get yourself a nice carpet, preferably something that goes well with your backsplash and install it on the wall near your worked spots.
A herb garden.
Make sure you have plenty of herbs to enjoy and to offer them as an alternative to your cooked vegetables and fruits. Make a bed, preferably in the kitchen, near the window and put there a bonsai.
A cleaner and a mirror.
It’s a nice idea to have a mirror which can be placed near your worked spots and can help you get dressed in green.