A stone slab backsplash is a beautiful, classic option that fits any kitchen and will stand the test of time. It's a custom look that says luxury, but it doesn’t require a luxurious budget. You can use marble, granite, or quartz as a stone slab backsplash. This wide material variety allows you to be creative and find the right backsplash according to your style (and budget)!
Take inspiration from some of the ways our designers have incorporated stone slab backsplashes to refresh your kitchen.
Warm, Richly Veined and Moody
This stunning Winter Park kitchen features a warm, slab backsplash that perfectly marries the warm woods and dark moody colors of this space.
S&W Designer: Krista Agapito, Winter Park
Interior Design: Wolfe-Rizor Interiors
You Can't Go Wrong with White
Tampa Designer, Whitney Rutledge, incorporated this beautiful slab backsplash with veining in shades of gray for a subtle pop of pattern in an otherwise neutral space.
Elevate the Everyday
For this Melbourne, Fl kitchen with an "elevated-yet-laid-back coastal vibe" designer Laura Scott selected stone slab to complement the neutral palette. The combination of marble with wood cabinets and sleek, modern hardware is the perfect mix!
Go for Dense Veining
The dense veining in this slab backsplash adds a sense of sophisticated weightiness to this kitchen and pairs perfectly with those lovely taupe cabinets, dark bronze hood, and gold hardware. Notice how Winter Park, Fl designer, Chris Druschel, didn't shy away from the size, either. The backsplash stretches from the bottom of the countertop to the base of the upper cabinets for a beautiful and understated statement.
Bring on the Drama
Black and white is a timeless combination that our clients love. Adding the slab backsplash in deep shades of charcoal, black and white is such a beautiful statement.
S&W Designer: Maggi Moore, Windermere
Laid Back Coastal Luxury
This stone with dense, understated veining suits this kitchen perfectly pairing perfectly with the natural materials in this gorgeous Tampa home.
S&W Designer: Whitney Rutledge, Tampa
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