Every new homeowner looking to redesign his or her kitchen is typically faced with the same question, “countertop or full-wall tile backsplash?”
For those interested in a more open, airy feel, it may be time to consider ditching the upper cabinets and opting for a counter-to-ceiling backsplash instead. For those who cannot bare to give up that extra storage space, there are a few options. You can swap your old cabinets out for open cabinets, or you can continue the backsplash above your upper cabinets on a single wall. Both options will still help you achieve the open-kitchen feel, without costing you extra money.
From mosaic and large-format tile to wallpaper, back-painted glass and slab, there are a wide range of materials and designs that you can use for your full-wall backsplash that will add interest and a modern element to your overall kitchen layout.
Need inspiration? Check out the full-wall backsplash in our custom home in Hibben.
This interior design post was brought to you by our very own design manager, Becky Crosby.