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Help With Backsplash Countertop by houzz.com
I think it could be of interest – it’s about combining different stones for the backsplash and countertop so it’s relavent to your questions.
It looks good with the counter and will complement your cabs.
Even that travertine is too busy, and the undertones really clash.
The one in the pic was just a sample- definitely way too much yellow going on and even pink tones that we don’t like- we are looking into a different material if we go with the quartz.
I think we’ll probably do a simple subway in maybe a taupe (as we’re getting new off white cabs now) as the counter is the star of the show.
I think it is just quiet enough without being a stark contrast to the black cabs.
Isn’t the rubbed black-painted cabinet a little country casual?
I also feel like the overall effect is pretty dark, especially for a space with little natural light.
You can find lots of examples of those kitchens still.
I think that might look fabulous with the silk color of the fireclay brick tile someone posted for you before.
We are looking at the kashmire white granite with the tumbled travertine backsplash as one option.
I also think that backsplash accomplishes your goal of giving it a warm, rustic feeling.
I like the textures though, as it’s a busy counter, and a simple backsplash.
I love the combination and think it will look great with your cabinets.
Lots of dark specks not only to tie it to the counters but complement the “grainy” backsplash.
I may have to work some magic to talk him into these haha!
In my opinion that means no backsplashes that are instantly dated or modern looking, including “fire and ice” and other stones, tumbled or not.
Difference Between Natural Stone And Engineered Stone Countertops | Duration 44 Seconds
Which Type Of Kitchen Countertop Is Right For You? by countertopguides.com
Let’s consider today’s top countertop materials and the look they’ll bring to your kitchen along with a few pros & cons.
Butcherblock countertops were originally made from the grain ends of dimensional boards, but you’ll also find them produced with grain sides.
The concrete can be pigmented, but most often it is acid stained and then polished to a brilliant gleam.
They are an excellent choice for high-end, elegant kitchens.
Laminate gives you the look you want at an affordable price.
The stone comes in a range of hues including lovely pinks, greens and neutral tones.
This engineered material is pigmented in many colors, each one polished to a bright surface.
Depending on the appearance of solid surface material, it works in kitchens that are traditional or contemporary/modern.
They are embraced by those who do a lot of food preparation and want a material that assists them in their efforts while continuing to look fantastic.
Do you have a short list of potential countertops you’re considering after reading about appearance, pros & cons?
Each has implications for what materials you should consider and which you should stay away from.
Glass requires little maintenance; the others will consume a bit more of your time to keep them in top shape.
It is super low maintenance and the seamless lines of an integrated sink are very easy to clean.
An informed decision is always best, and this guide to countertop materials is the resource you’ve been looking for.
With so many options, your answers to these types of questions will help you decide the right type of countertops for your kitchen.
See each individual countertop material guide for a full list of pros & cons.
In other words, they’re made with smaller and larger pieces of wood.
The traditional smaller pieces of wood produce a casual, somewhat rustic appearance.
In the end, many concrete countertops resemble natural stone like granite, but the look can be easily customized too.
Most countertop dealers have dozens if not hundreds of samples to show you.
The look is classy and unique, polished to a sparkling gleam.
Quartz is a good choice in traditional kitchens but looks good in contemporary space too.
The crushed glass might be of one general hue or a rainbow of glasses can be used.
Traditional, retro and modern kitchens employ stainless steel countertops.
Even if your countertop is another material, tile makes great backsplashes!
Your lifestyle is a factor in how much maintenance you’re willing to put into your countertops and how heavily they will get used.
You’ll need to clean it and seal the grout to keep it looking new.
If you prepare most of your own meals and give your countertops a workout, then you’ll want a material that is durable and easy to clean.
If you choose solid surface or laminate, keep hot pads or trivets handy for hot pots and pans, because those materials don’t handle heat well.