By On Jun 10, 2018 Ideas
A backsplash connects the countertops with the cabinets so it’s a good place to tie two main elements of your design together. While it’s not necessary to have one, a backsplash is helpful in terms of cleanliness because you’ll inevitably get that wall dirty while cooking or washing dishes. Almost any type of material can work for a backsplash as long as it’s properly sealed from the classic and versatile subway tile to modern stainless steel and solid glass to natural stone. There are many different options but here are 14 of our favorite kitchen backsplash ideas.
Creating a design where colors and textures are cohesive from the floor to the ceiling can be challenging so simplify the design process by choosing an all white kitchen. Nearly every material comes in white (and white appliances are now updated and back in style) and look through our favorite 50 white kitchen ideas for inspiration. If you’re on the fence about an all white kitchen browse through our list of quick tips to impress when using the color white in your space.
Painting walls white will make the room appear bigger. But if white is too glaring or too stark for you, go for the off-white alternatives. This tiny kitchen looks bigger and beautiful, thanks to its almost white walls, floating shelves and light grey cabinets.
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