Choosing the right back splash is much easier when you can see exactly what it will look like in your home. That's why we have gathered more than 30 beautiful backsplashes in mobile homes only.
The installation of a new backsplash can completely change the appearance of your kitchen. It's also one of the best DIY projects for a beginner.
In addition to dozens of photos of mobile home backsplashes, we have found some tips and resources to help you choose the right material for your backsplash and get the best results if you plan to install it yourself.
Glass tile backsplashes
Glass tiles are a great way to add color and elegance to the walls of your kitchen. Like all tiles, there are endless colors, patterns and sizes, but they cost more than ceramic and porcelain tiles.
A new trend in the backsplashes is to install tiles to the ceiling and that's exactly what this very double owner has made.
The motive can make all the difference
The majority of the tiled backsplashes you will see will be found in the Litter or Stack Link design. Changing the pattern of the tile can give you a whole new look for the backsplash. Add a different coulis color and you'll have even more design combinations to choose from. Play and sample the grounds on the floor to see which one you find most attractive and easy to install.
This double width for sale in California has gray cabinets that allow the small scintillating splashback to be the star of the show. Using the same tile on a small accent wall just makes it even better. Metal tiles are a popular trend in bathrooms, but it also works well in kitchens, as you can see.
Tiles are available in a variety of sizes and colors that are a great option for a kitchen. Natural colors such as gray, tan and cream create a warm and inviting cuisine.
Darker cabinets and lighter backsplashes are a popular combination.
Small models are the best
As the average height of a backsplash is only 18 inches, interior designers recommend using small patterns or small pieces. American Tin Ceilings suggests that you do not use more than 6 "of pattern to get at least 3 vertical repetitions, and in areas where you see more backsplashes, such as above the sink and stove, you will get more vertical repetitions This repetition will help to create a larger space between the cabinet and the counter, which will give a small kitchen a slightly larger appearance.
To give the white subway tiles a personalized look, the owner located below the house installed two gray rows on his backsplash. It's a great way to add color to a kitchen.
Jim and Connie Fickel struggled due to the recession and had to sell their house built in 2010. They used to generate revenue to purchase a triple wide Fleetwood 1991 at $ 59,000. Six years later, things were going so well that Connie was able to design the kitchen of her dreams, a traditional modern kitchen with
These two following photos show the before and after results of a kitchen remodeling of a 1988 California double width Skyline. Chris Curcuru and Ron Kvale created this house interior design masterpiece using marble countertops and white subway tiles.
Jeff and Felicia French have reshaped their 1997 Single wide buccaneer in a beautiful French cottage design. The Louisiana couple used Craigslist and Facebook Marketplace to create this classic white kitchen. They only paid 50 dollars for 300 subway slabs and installed them in a stacking pattern.
Grout changes the game
These subsequent manufactured homes have subway tiles with contrast grout. The first mobile home kitchen has white cabinets with green tile and a white grout that brings together all the elements. For your information: most tile experts recommend a grout joint size of at least 3/16 ".
Other kitchens have white subway tiles with dark gray or black grout. It's such a simple difference that creates a whole new look. The use of a contrasting color grout gives more relief to the backsplash and catches your eye. It is a beautiful example of symmetry and balance.
This double width manufactured house was found on a HudsonFarmhouse Instagram Profile and the food is absolutely beautiful! The beaded cabinet doors, the hammered copper apron sink and the stone floor are breathtaking.
This neighboring kitchen is another magnificent double width that we will present soon. The granite countertop and subway white tile with a contrasting color grout are one of the most popular combinations of recent years.
A California mobile home park, renowned for its old mobile homes, is installing new detached homes like the one below. This little house has a light gray subway tile with white grout.
Samples are smart
Before changing the color of a room, experts advise you to paint a large sample on a wall and live with it for a week or two. You can also do the same thing with your backsplash. Most suppliers offer samples. If you're ordering documents online, it's a good idea to buy some parts so that the quality and colors are the same as online photos.
This double wide was for sale in California. It is a combination of several materials and popular styles. The backsplash is a floral design that follows the repeating vertical pattern pattern mentioned above. At the widest distance between the countertop and the cabinet, you can see 4 patterns repeating themselves.
A mosaic is made up of several pieces of smaller tiles organized in patterns or patterns.
Mosaics have been used since 3000 BC and have been popular since they are cheap and easy to find. The double width below, found on the old HGTV Rate my Space blog, is a perfect example of a mosaic backsplash.
Backsplash options in stone and brick
Due to its diversity, Brick has become one of the most popular backsplashes in mobile homes. You can use real stone as did Chantal in her beautiful double-width house below. She chose natural brown and tanned bricks to give her kitchen its texture and colors. See the rest of Chantal's house here.
Kathleen Seide has created a beautiful cottage style home kitchen with a smaller stone tile backsplash. Warm colors blend well with sealed wooden countertops and cream colored cabinets.
This last stone backsplash has a focal point of the tile on the stove and a row of glass tiles about 6 inches above the countertop. This is a good example of mixing textures and drawings. You can See the rest of the double width Fleetwood mobile home here.
How to install a backsplash
It would be difficult to include procedural instructions for each type of backsplash mentioned here. So I share the best resources I've found to help you get started. The first is a video from Home Depot titled How to Install a Tile Backsplash. There is more information on the subject of Home Depot here.
Backsplashes made with panels
The paneling comes in all kinds of designs, colors and textures. Brick is a popular paneling style. Another example is tile panels, MDF covered with melamine. Ashley used a standard 4 'x 8' red brick paneling base beautiful mobile home style farmhouse kitchen backsplash. She then scraped the drywall mud off the panels to give it that worn look of painted and weathered bricks. It's affordable and easy to do. You can learn more about her backsplash on her Instagram here.
Pam and her husband bought an older single with a white tile backsplash. The tile panels are available in 4 'x 8' sheets and are made of MDF with a melamine coating designed to resemble 4 "slabs. It is very affordable and generally used on the walls of the bathroom and the kitchen. Pam figured out how to paint her tile and she shared the process with us here.
This charming cottage style 1979 home made has a painted beadboard backsplash. Wood paneling is an affordable material that can work in many places: walls, ceilings, cabinets and backsplashes, especially if you're looking for the cottage look.
HGTV has an excellent article with pictures on how to install the new backsplash on the tiles here.
Metal and tin backsplashes in mobile homes
The biggest advantage of pewter and metal backsplashes is easy installation. All you need is cleaning equipment, shears and liquid nail polish. Another advantage is the vast styles and designs available.
Want to add country charm to your kitchen? A cool choice that you might not have thought of, the metal! Whether you choose corrugated metal or square tile, one or the other will stand out from your kitchen.
Popular Pewter Backsplash Templates
As we mentioned above, designers like to use smaller patterns for backsplashes, especially if the kitchen is small. For a typical 18 "backsplash, the ideal pattern or tile size is 6" or less. These eight sheet metal tiles are technically designed for ceilings, but they are also an excellent backsplash.
Copper backsplashes are unique
It's a double width mobile home kitchen so unique that I had to share it. The combination of bright copper and light blue colors is unusual, but that's what I like the most. It's fun to be different!
Facade tile backsplashes
A plastic facade backsplash would be perfect if you want the appearance of copper, stainless steel, metal, ceramic or stone without the price. Facade tiles are usually made of thermoplastic, which makes them affordable, thin and easy to install.
Peel and stick backsplashes in mobile homes
Tile backsplashes in mobile homes can also be considered as facades, but most of us simply call them tiles to take off. You can find these 12 "X 12" sheets in dozens of colors and patterns in any home improvement store with Amazon. Here are some examples we found:
Peel and Stick tiles are available in a variety of patterns and styles. Depending on what you are looking for, you can find a look that matches the theme of your kitchen décor.
Wooden backsplash ideas
If you are really looking for a rustic or primitive rustic atmosphere for your kitchen, distressed pallet wood will be an excellent choice. You will probably want to seal them very well, but they look great and really catch the eye.
Ashley James toured 1997 double width Clayton in a beautiful farmhouse. Her kitchen started with a natural wooden backsplash and then she painted it. The new paint technology makes cleaning painted surfaces easier than before.
This large and unique prefabricated home kitchen has been renovated both for its budget and for its farm. The owner used an old fence as a backsplash. He also cut out the original doors of mobile home cabinets and installed wire mesh to give it a real farm look.
Painted backsplashes in mobile homes
Do you want the look of a tile backsplash without the price? You can always use paint to create the illusion of a backsplash on the wall of your kitchen. We share the details for that affordable DIY backsplash here.
You do not always need a backsplash. In fact, if you have a single ceiling or countertop, it's often best to leave the walls clear to avoid the textures, colors, and designs that occur in a single space.
We will soon present this beautiful farm-style mobile home with old pewter ceilings. Until then, you can see a preview of her cooking below. The rustic sheet metal ceiling and wooden countertop do not require a backsplash. The paint is easy to clean and lasts a long time, so you do not need a smooth surface for the backsplash.
Unique Dosserets in Mobile Homes
There are hundreds or even thousands of different tiles and patterns. Some are more unique than others.
We recently introduced this awesome Semi-detached double width 1988 coastal style house in Venice, Florida owned by Desiree and Todd. The splashback winds around the corner towards the hallway where there are more cabinets. Desiree loves to dive and fish in her boat, she became creative with the wraparound backrest Ogee Drop to make it look like fish scales. Very cool!
Use unique tiles like this modern single wide remodel Below is another great idea for a mobile home backsplash.
These beautiful backsplashes in mobile homes are just a few of the countless options available. There are no limits to the textures, colors, patterns and patterns that can be used as a backsplash. If you are looking for even more inspiration, here is 71 other backsplash ideas (although no manufactured house is shown).
Get creative and give your kitchen a new look with a different splashback.
Share your backsplash with us on our Facebook group page, Mobile Home Living: Renovations and repairs here. It's a group of mobile home owners who provide great support and are always ready to help with tips and tricks.
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