It’s a question I ask early in the selection process: what do you want people to notice first when they walk into your kitchen? There is really no wrong answer, just a matter of personal preference. I’ve used backsplash material to concentrate a person’s gaze, counters, pieces of art, even nothing at all. Here are a few examples of the most common focal points to create for your kitchen:
Probably the most common focal point created. A little splurge on eye-catching tile can be just the thing to set off a room,
but nothing says the backsplash has to be made out of tile either.
Usually done with natural stone that has a little bit of oomph.
Of course, there are exceptions to every rule.
3. Architectural Detail
This can allow you to work around a unique element of your existing room.
But you can also create an architectural detail specifically to become the highlight of your kitchen.
4. Negative Space
Sometimes intentionally leaving some space unused allows a client to put their personal twist on things.
Even in a small kitchen, negative space can often be used as storage at the same time.
If you don’t have a kitchen focal point worth looking at, we can help you. Contact us to get started. We’d love to hear from you.