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Ask a kitchen designer about the future of backsplashes, and Cheap Custom Cabinets the response will be “seamless.” Seamless materials, that is. High-maintenance surfaces are on their way out, being replaced by continuous, easy-to-clean finishes without joints, grout lines or any other places where grease and grime can collect. And the benefits aren’t just janitorial. When paired with hidden outlets, these new uninterrupted surfaces offer a wealth of design possibilities. "When it comes to kitchens, Robert Berkovich’s clients Cheap Custom Cabinets are saying “ABG” — anything but granite. Calacatta marble counters have become very popular in recent years too but can be difficult to maintain, as the surface is prone to staining and etching. By running the material up the wall, you get the look without the labor. In this kitchen the Carrara slab backsplash works with the space’s more traditional feel. “Carrara can go both ways,” Barsoum observes. The designer says this look is not as successful with a “busy” stone, such as granite, where the amount of veining can prove distracting. Here sliding doors were fashioned out of marble, offering a new take on the old-fashioned Cheap Custom Cabinets appliance garage. Efficient LED lights illuminate the recesses when the doors are opened. Marble isn’t the only stone that works on backsplashes. In this Stinson Beach, California, kitchen, limestone counters extend up the wall, creating a warm, uniform backdrop that enhances the look of anything set in front of it. Airoom Architects-Builders-RemodelersIf you like the look of stone but prefer something more decorative (and don’t mind a little grout), consider laser-cut marble, as in this Chicago-area project by Cheap Custom Cabinets Airoom Architects-Builders-Remodelers. The laser’s precision makes nearly any design possible and allows for tighter joints, so there’s less grout to keep clean.Exquisite Kitchen DesignIn a similar mode, Ann Sacks’ Beau Monde glass tiles are cut with water jets, producing beautifully intricate designs. Griffin Enright ArchitectsGlass tiles took off in the first decade of this century. Now glass sheets are gaining ground, says designer Julie Cavanaugh of Design Matters in Los Gatos, California. When the glass is back-painted, you have an Cheap Custom Cabinets unlimited number of colors from which to choose — and a surface that’s supremely easy to clean. This glass backsplash in Vancouver is more understated, allowing the ruddy glow of the cabinets to take center stage. The monochromatic backsplash also makes the kitchen look bigger.FORMA DesignPrefer something a bit bolder? In this Washington, D.C.–area space, clear glass was affixed to a red wall with silicone adhesive, for a look that blends seamlessly into the adjoining dining area. Design MattersActual money plants were sandwiched between translucent panels from 3form in this Menlo Park, California, installation. The company makes Cheap Custom Cabinets variations in both glass and resin, utilizing grasses, flowers, abstract patterns and the like. “Used the right way, it’s heat impervious, it’s easy to clean, and it comes in large formats,” says Julie Cavanaugh, adding, “It makes a lovely design statement.”IncorporatedHow about textiles? Here an exotic piece of fabric was laminated between sheets of glass for use as a backsplash.Lee Tripi DesignCavanaugh predicts we’ll be seeing more backsplashes made from metal laminates, which are similar to conventional plastic laminates but have metal skins. Long popular in commercial applications, they’re now finding their way into the home, as in this North Carolina kitchen by Lee Tripi Design, which uses a product called Chemetal. This metal-topped laminate is easy to bend and shape, and is available in a variety of finishes.FM DISTRIBUTINGNeolith is a kind of porcelain that comes in sheet form, making it ideal for both floors and walls. Berkovich likens the appearance to that of Cheap Custom Cabinets stone, and it’s available in a variety of patterns, such as Iron Moss, shown here.Virtus DesignThanks to the advent of undercabinet power strips, “backsplash acne” (outlets installed every few feet across the face of a backsplash) can be a thing of the past, freeing designers to create unbroken expanses of color or elaborate, uninterrupted designs. The only downside: You have to unplug appliances if you want to avoid seeing the Cheap Custom Cabinets power cords dangling from above. If you want to keep appliances plugged in but outlets out of sight, a company called Trufig has just the thing: an outlet that’s recessed into the backsplash so it’s flush with the surface. The face plate is designed to be painted, so a trompe l’oeil artist can disguise everything but Cheap Custom Cabinets the holes."