By Claudelle Roche. Kitchen. Published at Sunday, July 29th, 2018 - 10:57:33 AM.
When you enter the kitchen it is not the appliances or kitchen equipment that usually gets the first attention. Most of the time it is the kitchen backsplash that gets the first attention. The kitchen backsplash is the upright portion built against the wall at the back of the sink and stove. It is built to protect the wall from effects of water splashes and heat.
If your kitchen is painted with one color only the kitchen backsplash tile design that you can use is the color contrast style. If you have for example a white kitchen, you can choose to have black or gray tiles in your backsplash. It will give a very good contrast to your walls. The opposite is also good. If you have an elegant dark colored kitchen you can use white or cream as backsplash.
A kitchen island should complement the space without overwhelming it or sticking out. Wood can give a kitchen a rustic, chic feel while natural stones like granite and quartz offer your new surface durability and timeless elegance. Stainless steel is a great surface to use for cooking and creating edible masterpieces and marble could be another alternative to a traditional design, depending on your budget.
Outdoor Lights, Inside. Many of today‘s outdoor wall lights are designed with a careful attention to detail ‐ why not consider using them indoors for an enviable look? Try gas lantern‐inspired outdoor wall sconces in the kitchen to transform your space into a rustic haven, reminiscent of old world inns or pubs.
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