Design: Turntable Kitchen | 5143 White Attica
Even if you live in a cookie cutter subdivision, adding in a custom cut quartz backsplash will give your home so much more character and interest, which is also great if you ever decide to sell down the road!
Design: Kate Harrison | Image: Tyler Hogan | Backsplash: 5141 Frosty Carrina, Island: 5131 Calacatta Nuvo
From Traditional to Modern
It is not often that something can work in any style, but a quartz slab backsplash, featured above in Frosty Carrina, is the exception. This look really fits modern, traditional, contemporary and any style in between!
Design: Avenue Design | Image: Birdhouse Media Photography | Backsplash and Island: 6046 Moorland Fog
Leaves Room for Color Mixing
Continuing your countertops up into your backsplash leaves you with one less finish in your kitchen. This is perfect if you are looking to go with a more minimal feel. However, it also works really well if you are looking to add in a second cabinet color or countertop finish!
Design: Jean Luxe for Sydne Summers | Image: Michelle Kyle Photography | 5031 Statuario Maximus
Easy to Clean
Unlike a traditional tile backsplash, a slab of quartz is much easier to clean! The smooth surface really minimizes cracks and nooks for dirt to get caught in, and can quickly be wiped down.
Design: Stillwater Dwellings | 4120 Raven
Unlike marbles that are porous and can easily stain, quartz is a much stronger finish that will hold up and look great throughout the years!
Design: Jessica Marx | 5111 Statuario Nuvo
For some more inspiration, browse the Caesarstone collection of quartz surfaces to find one that will fit your home!