Free Shipping on all orders over $70

Fasade Backsplash - Ripple in Brushed Nickel

In Stock

Ready to Ship

Fasade Ripple Brushed Nickel Kitchen Backsplash Panel. This burnished finish combines earthy browns and intense grays to provide a lustrous palette. A versatile, unique look that brings distinction to any home decor. Delicate lines adorn this backsplash design, which evoke subtle ripples brought to life by a breeze on a pond.

These backsplashes present an affordable, do-it-yourself weekend project or kitchen makeover idea.

  • Available in over 200 style/color combinations
  • Durable thermoplastic is easy to cut
  • Will not rust
  • Corrosion-resistant
  • Mold and mildew-resistant
Houzz
How Many Do I Need?
Kitchen Backsplash Kit - Ripple in Brushed Nickel
$149.00
Picture of Kitchen Backsplash Kit - Ripple in Brushed Nickel
Fasade Ripple in Brushed Nickel Kitchen Backsplash Kit (18 sq. ft.) This backsplash project kit contains everything you need for your kitchen or bath makeover: kitchen backsplash panels, trims, double-sided tape, and outlet cover laminates.
SKU: N6229
Kitchen Backsplash - Ripple in Brushed Nickel
$18.95
Picture of Kitchen Backsplash - Ripple in Brushed Nickel
Fasade Ripple in Brushed Nickel Kitchen Backsplash Panels are a perfect match for your kitchen backsplash ideas. The faux-tin backsplash features simple, DIY installation. Each 18" x 24" panel is 3 square feet.
SKU: B6229
Write your own review
  • Only registered users can write reviews
  • Bad
  • Excellent

How Many Square Feet of Backsplash Do You Need?

To determine the square feet of backsplash that you will need for your project, you will need to use a tape measure and find the dimensions (height and width) of the area you plan to cover. Most areas are not a single height or width, but can be broken up into separate areas. In the example below we have three areas to be covered by new backsplash. The instructions shown below - Backsplash Square Feet Planning - can also be downloaded (pdf) and printed.

For all trims, just measure the length of the panel's edge or corner to be covered and purchase enough to cover.