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These 6 Kitchens Were Transformed By Backsplash Makeovers

You won't believe how a simple change of backsplash can shake up an old kitchen!

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Photography: Michael Angelo Chua & Hans Fausto (Main Photos)

When you think of kitchen renovations, you might imagine doing major work like tearing down cabinets and adding new countertops. But sometimes, all you’d need is a bit of paint and a new backsplash (the wall above the countertop).

This kind of makes sense, because the backsplash is one of the first things you’d see in a kitchen, and using new materials and a bright color would give the area a boost. Here are some great ideas from our Real Makeovers:

Use citrus brights to accent an all-white kitchen

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