The traditional 4-inch backsplash or something else?
When we think of a backsplash, we generally think of the traditional 4-inch backsplash. Is there anything wrong with that? Of course not.
Today’s backsplash can still be a traditional 4-inch backsplash but you can have a very nice updated version of that instead of the rounded off top edge that we see in most homes.
Your backsplash can even be a completely separate piece and not molded with the countertop at all. It can even be squared off for a very modern look.
Want a really different look? Try using the squared off backsplash combined with a fully tiled or half tiled wall.
Or, maybe you want to forgo the 4-inch splash altogether and go with a fully tiled wall. In this picture, you see where one of our customer has done just that. They chose a beautiful black and gold tile to go with their white custom cabinets and accented with gold cabinet hardware for a striking finish.
Going with a Corian Quartz countertop? You may want to consider bringing it up the wall for a truly customized look.
Traditional 4-inch Backsplash
Corian Quartz Backsplash
This S&W customer chose to go with a fully tiled wall for her Backsplash
The backsplash possibilities today are virtually endless so go ahead, think outside the box. Whether you choose traditional or something totally off the wall “pun intended” S&W Cabinets will help you with the perfect cabinets and countertop to match your style.