A window backsplash is an aesthetic concept that you can use in your kitchen to bring more style and light into the space. This can be done no matter the window style or profile you install in your kitchen. In fact, there are numerous ways you can create a beautiful backsplash in your kitchen.
In this post, Renewal by Andersen of Louisville/Lexington shares four different ways you can use your kitchen windows to create a backsplash.
Frosted – Backsplash windows are easy to look through so if privacy is a concern, consider having the glass frosted. You can accomplish this by buying frosted glass offered by custom window manufacturers or use a vinyl frosted covering for a DIY method.
Glass Block – As an alternative, you can use a glass block window. This will provide you with the privacy you need, while still filling your kitchen with refreshing natural light.
Operable – The kitchen is an area of the houes that needs to be well ventilated. For that reason, we recommend installing an operable window like double-hung, casement or sliding windows for your kitchen backsplash.
Wall-to-Wall – If you have a small kitchen, wall-to-wall windows will help the area feel more open and spacious. They’ll also flood the kitchen with natural light, improving the ambiance of the space while also helping reduce your reliance on artificial lighting, and thus lower your energy bills.
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