When you decorating kitchen backsplashes, ceramic tile is a common choice for backsplashes. This is relatively easy to install and very easy to maintain (clean with a sponge simply serve to remove dirt and debris). Must be cleaned between tiles, however, to prevent the grout from staining. The ceramic tiles are available in a wide variety of colors and patterns, ranging in price from affordable to very expensive hand-painted tiles for simple colors.
The stainless steel plates are a new material for kitchen backsplashes used in designs where appliances and countertops also have a stainless steel finish. Cleanliness is very simple, requiring only a damp cloth. Although stainless steel is easy to clean, you can scratch if abrasive cleaners or scouring pads on it are used. Must be careful to use only a soft cloth and occasionally must be polished to maintain its luster.
Natural stone can also be used for dashboards and generally is combined with existing counters. For example, if the polished marble countertop is a dashboard that combines can be placed behind the sink. This makes the kitchen backsplashes design fits. The polished and sealed marble does not require much care: usually you can use a damp cloth for cleaning, making it ideal for a dashboard.