By Walda Klein. Backsplash Style. Published at Monday, January 28th, 2019 - 00:34:10 AM.
The wall needed to be protected with a backsplash and blend with the existing features. The designer chose 6" x 12" limestone tiles with a gloss finish. The muted natural color added a sophisticated touch, which complimented the brighter wall tiles.
Multi-functional islands are popular in upscale lofts in Tribeca and Soho. Many loft spaces are large rooms which decorators and designers opt to keep open by adding furniture or features that define the space but do not wall off areas. Two island counters achieve this affect in a Tribeca, NYC loft.
Probably one of the oldest and most widely used backsplash designs in every kitchen would be the subway tile backsplash. This design has been around since the 1900s, gaining wider popularity amongst Americans by the 1930s. Nowadays, this specific type of backsplash design is normally seen in homes that are trying to incorporate the country theme to their homes.
But I am not saying that stainless steel backsplash is not an ideal addition for your kitchen, I am just only presenting its positive and negative sides. Moreover, the usage of this backsplash solely depends on the person who deals with it. A stainless steel backsplash is a good choice for you after all.
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