The backsplash in your kitchen is not only there for practical reasons. It can also help create or emphasize a particular theme in the room. While some people tend to lean towards understated backsplash designs, there is a growing number of homeowners who are opting for something on the bolder end of the scale.
If you want your backsplash to make a statement, you cannot go wrong with natural stone. There are plenty of amazing options such as granite, marble, and quartz. Just like choosing the right worktops for your kitchen, you will also need to take the time to consider your backsplash options.
Many people like to order a backsplash that will match their worktops. This way, your kitchen walls look like a continuation of your worktops. Just imagine gorgeous white granite worktops with grey veining that continue along your work surfaces and along the walls. Now add some undercabinet lighting and watch your kitchen transform!
Another option is to choose a design that will create a stylish contrast. So, if your worktops are dark, you could opt for a light backsplash or vice versa. This is a particularly attractive option for those who would like to invest in their kitchen gradually rather than a full remodel. For example, if you do not have the money for both worktops and a new backsplash, you can order the one and place your order for the other at a later stage. Since they will be contrasting one another, you don’t have to worry about picking the same design.