Kitchen Design / August 28, 2018 / Céline Cary.
Green pops off the wall in this gray and wood kitchen in Melbourne, Australia. In part because of its dynamic color variation and uneven border.
A space in Seville, Spain, has the same idea, but here the backsplash. A tile continues on the floor and an additional kitchen wall.
Ceramic tile stands up to wear and tear, from muddy footprints to spills and splashes, like a champ and is supereasy to clean. The huge variety of low-priced options makes it one of the most affordable flooring choices. It’s available in sheets or tiles that mimic stone, wood, ceramic tile and more.
This is particularly important in an open-plan kitchen that flows directly into a living or dining area.