No beauty in your kitchen? Here's our backsplash makeover: Hot glue bead board over current backsplash. Will stay up for as long as you want, but if you ever want to remove it, it comes off easily. www.thenester.com

Kitchen Cabinet Makeover Tutorial- This lady used texture wallpaper instead of bead board to save on cost.

DIY Kitchen Cabinet Facelift...with bead board & paint.

How to cover ugly kitchen backsplash - removable vinyl tile covers

Ashley's Rowhome: My thirteen dollar Kitchen facelift-temporary backsplash makeover using Ikea placemats. Perfect for a rental.

How to Cover an Ugly Kitchen Backsplash using faux tin ceiling tiles from Home Depot or Lowe's. Install with double sided tape, can be removed.

Using Target Vinyl Contact paper as a Faux backsplash

Day 17–Add some wainscoting to your home - The Frugal Homemaker | The Frugal Homemaker

Use removable #vinyl as a backsplash #tile in your #kitchen....interesting.

blue grey backsplash...anyplace

Kitchen Backsplash Pictures | Unique Kitchen Backsplash Ideas

Butcher block counter tops with beadboard backsplash

diy backsplash installation...LOVE THIS TILE! From Home Depot... Except white. Bringing the Moroccan style thats on our front door windows, inside.

Ugly bathroom tile covered over with bead board; so much easier and did not have to remove the old tiles!

You can even cover a lackluster backsplash if you don't have the time (or money) to do any actual tile work. Three inexpensive options for this project are bead board, tin ceiling tiles or even a bunch of frames lined up next to each other. These materials can be attached with an adhesive or held up with removable products like 3M Command Strips, which are especially handy if you're a renter

On a budget? Try a tin-tile backsplash >> http://www.diynetwork.com/kitchen/13-best-diy-budget-kitchen-projects/pictures/index.html?i=1=pinterest#

Our DIY Kitchen Makeover (for Under $650)! - Since moving into our 175 year old house in August, we have been busy tackling projects and making the house our ow…

Cottage-Style Charm with Beaded Board. For cottage style or a farmhouse look, choose beaded board for the backsplash. Flat trim along the top and bottom edges where the backsplash meets the countertop and the cabinetry gives a finished look. For easy cleaning, use a durable latex enamel paint that can stand up to scrubbing and splashes

bead board backsplash

Self stick tiles from Lowe's - removable with hair dryer. Easy way to do a cheap backsplash or cover old tiles.