I think I want a copper backsplash behind the stove. I don't want a tile backsplash because of the grout which would get dirty. I have looked at a lot of different options. I've looked at tin ceiling tile, real sheet of copper, the sheets of copper with different patinas.... I don't like the look of copper after it darkens with a patina. I have a copper sink and I like it, but wish it didn't get so dark or turn green around the edges. I'm not the type to try to keep it shiny like it was when it was new. I'm fine with how the sink is, but would like something for a backsplash behind the stove that will not change color, is super easy to keep clean and can handle the heat from the stove. I don't know if I want a sheet of copper or some sort of tile. I know I don't want anything to busy or super light and shiny, since it wouldn't go with the countertop. I would never go with plastic that looks like copper(not that it could be used by the stove by heat even if I liked it). Also, there are so many looks and color variations of copper, copper color tin etc., I don't know what would look best. It also has to be easy to clean if grease etc splashing on it. I've heard that tin tiles are not good to use near heat and also that there are products you can use to seal real copper to keep it from aging and darkening with a patina, but don't want to have to keep resealing it. I have no idea what to do and was wondering if anyone had done a copper or copper look backsplash behind the stove or if anyone has any suggestions. Thanks!