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Congratulations, you’ve pro-ed and you’ve con-ed more countertop options Prefinished Cabinets than you can count and committed to recycled paper. You’re a bit of a design adventurer, aren’t you? Recycled-paper countertops are a relatively new choice that have proved durable and versatile and, as a bonus, will earn you LEED points. So far, the majority of Houzzers with these counters have opted for slate-colored versions, which is reflected in the selections below. Because recycled paper is one of the more eco-friendly countertop materials available, many of the backsplashes you’ll see paired with it are green choices as well. Learn more about recycled-paper counters "Reclaimed street signs. Admittedly, this is a backsplash I have come across exactly one time, but I’ve always remembered it as a clever choice with a great graphic look. The kitchen’s owners chose street signs with plant names, sourced from City of Seattle Surplus. They cleaned them, cut them Prefinished Cabinets into tiles, came up with a composition, affixed them to the wall and sealed them. More recycled paper. Now that you’ve discovered such a wonderful counter material, why look any further for a backsplash? The PaperStone counters here extend partway up the wall for a clean, contemporary look. Rethink Design Studio1In this kitchen, the entire area between the counters and the upper cabinets is Prefinished Cabinets covered in the same Richlite used on the counters. Burns Organic Modern6Recycled paint. The no-backsplash option paired with recycled-paper counters gives a clean-lined minimal look. Here the owners chose MetroPaint, a product that has remade more than 2 million gallons of latex paint, keeping it from the landfill. I don’t recommend this option for those of you who splash and splatter a lot when cooking.Brennan + Company Architects6Recycled-glass tiles. The combination of chocolate countertops and bright green tiles is a yummy one. These beautiful tiles from Sandhill Industries are composed of 100% recycled glass. There are many options available in recycled- glass tiles today, with a large range of Prefinished Cabinets sizes and colors. Here, small tiles compose a lively, colorful mosaic above the PaperStone countertops. Rock Paper Hammer6Clay tiles with recycled content. These beautiful tiles from Fireclay Tile are handmade in California and contain at least 70% recycled material. This keeps things like post-consumer glass, granite dust and porcelain out of landfills. A range from white to medium gray complements these slate-colored PaperStone countertops. The great thing about recycled-paper countertops is that they’re doppelgangers for soapstone Prefinished Cabinets and honed granite, making them just as suitable for vintage-style kitchens as contemporary ones. This very vintage-looking kitchen actually went through a recent eco-friendly renovation. The backsplash is by Fireclay Tile. building Lab, inc.2Glass. Another cool thing about recycled-paper counters is that you can order them very thin. In this kitchen, thin Richlite counters and white laminated glass are a slick contemporary combination. Ventana Construction LLC5A playful tile mosaic. Because of the lack of veining or other patterns in Prefinished Cabinets recycled-paper counters, you can go wild with patterns on the wall. Bold geometrics in ceramic or intricate Moroccan cement tiles work well with these countertops. a.d.d. concept + design2Concrete. Board-formed concrete and slate-colored PaperStone are an industrial-inspired combination in this modern farmhouse in Napa, California. Stainless steel. Another option that will lend an industrial feel is stainless steel. There’s a Prefinished Cabinets comfortable tension between its reflective surface and the matte surface of recycled paper. The tension is tempered here by the white tile that covers the rest of the walls up to the ceiling. Maletz Design3White penny rounds. The stark contrast between almost-black and white seems simple, but the solid matte finish of the counters contrasted with the textured reflective finish of the small tiles makes things more complex. The Prefinished Cabinets final result is very Sweden meets Brooklyn. Do you have PaperStone, Richlite or another kind of recycled-paper counters in your home? If so, what did you pair them with? Please add your choice to this list by sharing it in the Prefinished Cabinets Comments."