American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An upright surface or border, as of tile, that protects the wall behind a sink or stove.
- back + splash (Wiktionary)
“What looks like a backsplash is a deep storage system," she says.”
“WILLIS: Filing the backsplash is another way to freshen up a dated kitchen.”
“The backsplash is the perfect place for a little reflection.”
“Unlike poor NBob, who is going to make quite a display when that cotton frock gets wet and see-through from the mop bucket backsplash.”
“It includes a stainless counter and a black backsplash created from metal grates commonly seen on New York City streets.”
“For instance, when a client couldn't locate rare tiles to complete a backsplash, Coggeshall hand-painted an entire wall to look like detailed tile work at half the cost.”
“Pretty gross … and why is it even there … to help with preventing backsplash or something?”
“This tile is ideal for kitchen backsplash applications.”
“My wife, Katherine, spent so much time picking out the white tile for the backsplash.”
“He loved his kitchen, the antique cupboard doors, the Moroccan tile backsplash.”
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