Aluminum checkerplate backsplash panel by Ridalco contemporary-kitchen
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Aluminum checkerplate backsplash panel by Ridalco

The reflective quality of a metal backsplash will make any space seam larger.
Inspiration for a small contemporary u-shaped porcelain floor enclosed kitchen remodel in Ottawa with a double-bowl sink, flat-panel cabinets, white cabinets, granite countertops, metallic backsplash, metal backsplash, stainless steel appliances and no island — Houzz

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mlcarson wrote:
How is it installed - What do you use to install this product?
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Ridalco Stainless Steel
Our installer recommends using LePage No More Nails ( Spread liberally on the back of the panel and on your wall, press the panel against the wall and hold in place so the adhesive can bond. You can also use silicone, but silicone doesn't bond as quickly as No More Nails. You can also use any sort of high strength adhesive, but be careful! Some adhesives bond VERY quickly. Where you stick the panel may be where it stays!
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We sell a similar looking product that's actually thermoplastic. It's DIY- and budget-friendly, and impervious to water, impact and stains. Here's a link to the product:, but we also offer numerous other styles and finishes. I've attached some images of a couple others.
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Shawn Gauthier added this to A Periodic Table of Design Elements
Al: Aluminum siding is old hat, but what about an aluminum backsplash? This choice in the kitchen is similar to mirrors in that it opens the space; however, aluminum adds much more textural quality and visual interest.
Shawn Gauthier added this to Metallic Home Décor Shines On
For a grittier look, consider an aluminum checker-plate backsplash. The pops of magenta take on an edgy appeal in the presence of this industrial accent.
Shane D. Inman added this to 8 Statement-Making Kitchen Backsplashes Beyond Basic Tile
7. Diamondback metal. Trying to get creative on a tight budget? Head to your local hardware store and search for some diamondback textured metal (in the same aisle as sheet metal) to add some serious edge to your kitchen. Keep in mind that this material will give your kitchen a very different look that some people might consider cold. It's probably not the best choice for a home about to go on the market.

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AL backsplash - like the texture
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Backsplash behind charging station.

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