It’s all in the details. From purely functional to a well planned design statement, the backsplash has evolved into an opportunity to add color, pattern, shape and texture to your kitchen and bath. There are now so many materials and options, it’s easy to compliment any style. The hardest task is making THAT choice. It happens to be one of our favorite endeavors here at Terracotta. Along with the classic look of subway tile, we have fun mixing it up with contrasting grout or combining/layering other variations of materials to reflect the perfect “personality” for your space. Have a look…
Large scale polished gray subway tile provides a modern look with the right amount of shine when we combined it with honed countertops, warm wood and the clean lines of the drawers.
Statuario Nuovo Caesarstone behind this range is complimented by a Schumacher chevron wallpaper with open shelves. The combination makes it pretty fabulous. BTW, the wallpaper is made of vinyl and is “spongeable,” making it kitchen friendly.
These tiles catch your eye AND tell a story. Ili’s backsplash is designed with concrete tile in navy and white that has a coastal vibe reminding her of home in Puerto Rico.
This custom cut Caesarstone in Frosty Carrina adds a touch of Bohemian chicness to a teen vanity. The profile of the cut matches a corbel that was original to the historic home.
A stunning Venatino honed marble counter and backsplash with an eased edge is brought to a new level paired with this classic black and white printed paper and laquered cabinetry.
Penny tile Mosaic TO THE CEILING in shades of gray with gray grout gives this kitchen a sophisticated shimmer. It almost looks metallic when the light hits it.
Large format Carrara polished marble tile extended to the ceiling framing the windows makes an opulent statement. Incidentally, Carrara marble is a type of white or blue-grey marble of high quality, popular for use in sculpture. It is quarried in the city of Carrara located in the province of Massa and Carrara in the northernmost tip of modern-day Tuscany.
Hope you were inspired, we’re happy to help you make a splash at your house, we’ve got soooo many ideas!!!
All the images are by Jeff Herr Photography. All the inspiration came right out of our studio.