To balance traditional with modern, sleek perimeter cabinets with a glossy pearl-lacquer finish were topped with Calacatta marble counters and backed by a green glass tile backsplash. The choice of materials is very large and it is difficult to determine it. Experts agree that ceramic tiles – the most ideal option.
Coupled with stainless-steel appliances, the glass tile backsplash maintains a cool veneer in this traditional white kitchen. The gray and lavender tiles balance the bolder shades of purple, keeping the backsplash from dominating the room. The Excalibur Clear Door Collection is a new addition to Excalibur Gone are the days of white, serviceable ceramics; design is the order of the day new Coffee Beans range offers a unique way to brighten up kitchens, cafes and coffee shops.
The owners of this petite kitchen utilized the brick chimney jutting into the room by transforming it into a cooktop backsplash. It is about the colors for the kitchen today and we’ll talk about in this article, as many of you are afraid to use them in this room.
Handmade, embossed tiles bring a hint of nature into this kitchen and complement the warm wood, wainscoting, and honed-granite countertops. To convey a sense of comfort in your kitchen, follow this space’s example and blend warm tones, earthy colors, and unassuming materials and patterns.
The tiles are smaller – 2×4 inches – than traditional 3×6-inch subway tiles, making the look sleeker. Ornamental pepper, citrus and coffee trees organically fit into the kitchen room, and you can arrange them in the window and on the table. In this budget-friendly kitchen, white subway tiles wrap around the entire backsplash.