Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 15:50:26 PM. . By Addison Lyle.
It doesn’t cost a fortune. Natural stone is budget-friendly. Travertine, for example, comes in many forms (subway tile, 4 by 4, mosaic), all relatively affordable. Most styles will run between $4 and $8 per square foot (not including installation). That’s a bargain in the world of backsplashes.
Well-loved Vintage looks. Heavy rustication and weathering appear to be on the decline this year; making way for more of a vintage, hand-worked look. In designs ranging from woods and stones to glazed ceramics and cottos, the overall impression created by the 2018 tile collections is one of a long life with care and consideration rather than one of neglect and hardship. The stripped and painted woods have mellowed to a burnished sand-blasted look and the ceramics have multiple effects of lustered glazes, subtle metallics and varied finishes to deepen their overall aesthetic.
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