Time for new kitchen flooring? Or a beautiful backsplash?
Whether you’re planning a total kitchen remodel, a quick update, or something in between, talk to us. You’ll love the amazing colors, textures, and materials our experts will recommend for the floors, countertops, and backsplash in your kitchen. And our project consultants can help you choose what works best for your home and lifestyle.
Kitchen Flooring + Tile Showcase
Let’s get up close with several kitchen remodels so you can see the products selected and how they bring the entire concept together.
Clean, Fresh Kitchen
This image represents our customer’s – Erin D – kitchen. Notice how clean and fresh it looks with its organic white countertops, coordinating square Zellige-style ceramic tiles, and simple blue cabinetry.
Here is a closeup of the Caesarstone Organic White countop which also goes into the window shelf.
Kitchen by Annalisa Pena Cedarwood Home – Vono Project
The installation you see below features Caesarstone in color Raw Concrete for the countertops and a stunning satin-finished tile called Flauti of twelve 2″x8″ mesh-mounted tiles.
The backsplash creates a strong focal element with its counter-to-ceiling coverage over the kitchen window.
The indigo color of the tile contrasts well with the soft white cabinets and wall paint, as well as the countertops. The tile’s surface texture adds softness.
Here you see a close-up of the backsplash installation over the stovetop.
Caesarstone in Raw Concrete adds subtle visual interest.
It pulls from the tile’s grout lines to tie all the elements together.
Kitchen by Interior Design Alchemy in Portland, Oregon
The kitchen you see in the image above was designed by Interior Design Alchemy in Portland, Oregon.
The walls feature an all-over backsplash with WOW Subway Lab Canale Pearl. This is a 3″x6″ glossy textured subway tile with a raised linear pattern.
On the floor, Contempo Lunette Engineered Hardwood flooring in European White Oak adds a perfect touch of warmth to this kitchen. The boards are 6″ wide and vary in length from 14″ to 59″ inches for visual interest.
And, the countertops consist of Ceasarstone Quartz in color Raw Concrete also used in the kitchen above.
Below, you see a closeup detail of the countertop and backsplash wall tile. Notice how the wood ledges tie the flooring selection to the overall design. The backsplash design is subtle, whimsical, and visually engaging.
The Raw Concrete countertop color plays with the darker tones of the backsplash design.
The forest green cabinetry adds a natural earthy vibe to the overall kitchen, inviting activity, good smells, and plenty of interaction.
Kitchen images: Christopher Dibble Photography