36" Width Bridge Cabinet (CS-W3618)
36"W * 18"H * 12"D
Price ( Piece ):
- Product Model CS-W3618
That's not to say you shouldn't consider a mix of colors and patterns for both your countertop and backsplash. But if both of your materials feature multiple hues and have different patterns, aggregates or movement, stick to one overriding color palette for both materials. This will give the materials a nice cohesiveness, so they don't fight with each other.Shown: Bianco Romano granite counter; stained glass mosaic tile backsplash jones | haydu
Approach 3: Use the Same Material for Both Counter and BacksplashLove your countertop selection and want to keep this process simple? Consider running your countertop material up onto the wall as the backsplash. This is an especially smart option if you are required to purchase entire slabs of your chosen countertop material and you happen to have enough material left over to use the remainder as the backsplash.Shown: Get the look with a Pietra del Cardoso stone counter and backsplash. SGDI- Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
You can also use the same or similar countertop material for your backsplash but break it up by selecting a tile format for your backsplash rather than a slab. This can be a budget-friendlier option than purchasing extra slabs to create a backsplash.Shown: Get the look with a Carrara marble counter or, for a more durable option, check out Misty Carrera from Caesarstone; Carrara marble subway tile backsplash