Kitchen Islands / August 28, 2018 / Ashlynn Ricci
Instead of a tile, wallpaper or mural backsplash, this kitchen in Melbourne has a window for a backsplash. It ushers in light as well as the beautiful green colors of the home’s yard. Concrete flooring has come a long way from the days when it was relegated to basements or hidden under carpeting.
You can pair a wallpaper with a short backsplash to help avoid any water issues. Either way, a playful wallpaper can add a dose of color and some energizing pattern to a kitchen. Either as an all-over treatment or as a single accent wall.