Post # 1
Here is a pic of my kitchen. Keep in mind that my cabinets\countertops and appliances will remain the same. the last 2 pics are closest to what i have….
If you pick other…. please post a pic!
Here is a pic of my kitchen:
Here are the 4 options I am considering….
#1 Bronze emblem backsplash
#2 Hammered Bronze
#3 Light Gray subway tile
#4 Natural rock tile
Post # 2
I vote subway or natural tile. So classy… and although I like the bronze, I feel like it could age the kitchen very quickly, whereas the tile will be more timeless.
Post # 2
I like the rock tile the best, I think it’ll go well with the coloring of the cabinets and counter tops.
Post # 4
Dreaming42: i agree. i was afraid it would darken the kitchen too much as well since the floors are very dark wood
Post # 5
I would use a rock tile that picks up colors from your countertops and your cabinets.
Post # 6
I like the rock!
I hate the first 2, I think it would totally age the kitchen!
Post # 7
Subway tile or natural rock, for sure!
Post # 8
I think the natural rock tile is by far the right choice for your kitchen and will look beautiful. It is, in my opinion, more elegant than the subway tile, and both of the bronze options are too rose-toned for the color of your cabinets.
Post # 9
I LOVE the bronze, but not with your cupboards. I would go natural.
Post # 10
I think #1 or #2 are best. I feel like you need a contrast in there so it’s not all tan.
Post # 11
Loving reading everyones comments on why 🙂 keep them coming! feel free to add pics as suggestions!
Post # 12
Love the natural rock! The first two are too close in color to your cabinets
Post # 13
I think you will be happier with the subway tile or the natural rock tile 7 years down the road than with the other options, as they are both more timeless. Good luck!
Post # 14
For me id go for tile just for easy clean purposes. I have natural stone on the floor in the entryway and although its been sealed I still find that over time some of the stains wont come out
Post # 15
The bronze metal are easy to install, though. I think they stick on with a tape or with a silicon type adhesive. The tile si s a much harder job and more expensive. I think it depends on the amount of work (if doing it yourself) or the expense (if hiring someone to do it). It also depends if you want a subtle or more dramatic look. The metals are definitely more dramatic.