A beautiful, well-chosen backsplash can make you fall in love with your kitchen. And while ceramic, glazed, and frosted tiles are all classic and appealing backsplash options, we want to offer you another tile choice to consider. Stacked natural stone backsplashes add unique character to a home kitchen. Here are a few ways it can add visual interest to your kitchen.
Clean, bright, white kitchens are exceedingly popular today. And for good reason. They make spaces feel open and breathable, and timeless. They also provide a great opportunity to create striking contrast. Pairing a deep charcoal stone backsplash with a white color scheme can give an already modern kitchen a chic edge.
The French country kitchen aesthetic has long had a romantic lure. Blending refined appliances and crockery with a rustic, cottage forward slate stacked stone backsplash is a winning combination. Combining these elements can go a long way in creating an elegant space that can transport you to the countryside.
Stacked stone backsplashes offer the most in terms of depth. If your kitchen feels flat and one note, stacked stone can offset that by creating layered texture. There is a lot of variation in the way of depth of texture when it comes to creating a stacked stone backsplash. Rugged, tumbled, chiseled, the range goes on and on. So, you can choose how much texture you want. Regardless of what you settle on, the result will be a lovely, three-dimensional backdrop.
Available in a wide range of depths and textures, stacked stone tiles are also available in many varieties of stone itself. Whether you have quartzite, travertine, marble, or slate, Stone Restoration Works has the expertise needed to clean and care for your stone. Backsplashes face unique challenges because of their placement and exposure to heat, moisture, and grease. We have the tools needed to properly clean this area while still maintaining the integrity of the stone tile itself. Give us a call today for a free evaluation of your needs!
By Stone Restoration Works 5-4-2021