This dining room cabinet replaced an existing sliding door cabinet. The client wanted an open storage solution that would highlight their glass ware and bae a focal point for the room. The copper backsplash reflected copper touches in other parts of the home.
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2. Copper. Copper works great on a home's exterior, but it can look just as beautiful inside a house. A textured finish, like on this backsplash, can often add more warmth than a standard sleek one.
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Unique materials. Maybe you feel like your classic kitchen needs a different touch. Or maybe you're just ready to embrace the unusual. Either way, one of these unique backsplash materials can help you get the statement-making look you want. More: 8 Statement-Making Kitchen Backsplashes Beyond Basic Tile