Asked by: Jonahtan Cueroasked in category: General Last Updated: 9th June, 2020
Should I tile behind my stove?
Besides, how do you install tile behind a stove?
Apply tile mastic to the wall using the smooth side of your trowel. Spread the mastic approximately 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick, starting from your center line and to the right. Turn the trowel to the notched side. Drag the v-notched side at a 45-degree angle through the mastic to create an even base.
Subsequently, question is, where do you stop backsplash behind the stove? A common place for this to occur is in U- or L-shaped kitchens where the uppers end over a peninsula. In this case, I would suggest ending the backsplash in line with the uppers, so you still get a crisp vertical line. Windows. Sometimes there will be very small areas of wall between windows and a counter or cabinet.
Subsequently, question is, what do you put behind a stove?
Granite, stone and other natural composite material are also commonly used for decorating backsplashes behind a stove. Natural stone or tumbled stone tile backsplashes fit most decors depending on the style and installation pattern you choose. Focus tiles inserted into the backsplash add interest.
Where do you start tiling a backsplash?
Make a mark directly in the middle of the wall above the countertop. This is where you will center the first tile to start the backsplash project. If the countertop is tiled, locate the tile that is in the middle of the counter and use that as your starting point.