Adding a backsplash to your kitchen or bathroom is a great way to bring style to your room while preventing damage to your walls in the future. A backsplash is an easy way to bring an eco-friendly element into your home in a beautiful way. Below we breakdown four of the most popular options.
Have you ever wished for more counter space in the bathroom? Most of us have.
But, have you ever wished you could fold up your bathroom sink and take it with you? Maybe not, but if you do like the sound of that it is now possible!
Granite is always a top choice when it’s time for a kitchen renovation, but if you’ve never been a granite owner before the decision can be intimidating. Unlike manufactured surfaces, granite is porous and requires a bit more upkeep to maintain that beautiful finish.
Below we answer the questions we’re most frequently asked by new and older granite owners alike!
Having stainless steel in your kitchen allows you to accomplish a more modern look. Whether you choose to incorporate a stainless sink, hood range, or cabinet fixtures you can always count on stainless steel for a sleek, polished look.
Those of us that have worked in the restaurant industry know the benefits of having stainless steel covering all surfaces. Not only does it look futuristic but offers a quick clean up. As of February this year, Commercial Metals has released a new line of stainless steel backsplashes designed for the residential home.
s it time to renovate your kitchen, but you don’t want to do a complete overhaul? Oftentimes all it takes are new countertops to bring your old kitchen back to life. When the time comes for new countertops many people choose to upgrade their surfaces to granite.
For years granite has been the go-to natural stone choice for kitchen upgrades. Granite is durable, comes in hundreds of colors and patterns, and adds instant class to any kitchen. The one downfall to granite is that it is porous. Spills have to be cleaned up immediately and your granite countertops should be re-sealed regularly.
Doesn’t sound like something you want to worry about? Not a problem, there’s another natural stone that’s gaining ground on granite.