This contemporary kitchen uses custom Greenfield cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops and open shelving to create a streamlined space. The warm orange hue in the hardwood floors adds vibrancy to the kitchen.
A neutral limestone backsplash contrasts with the straight lines of the wood grain in the hardwood floors and wood cabinets in this contemporary kitchen. Light neutral countertops pull out the lighter shades in the limestone around the stainless steel range hood and stove.
This unusual limestone backsplash has both physical texture and visual flow. According to designer Lauren Levant Bland, the sculpted limestone tile "has a physical undulation to it and creates a visual rhythm in the space."
With plenty of room for entertaining, the chef is never far from the grill or the company while cooking in this large outdoor kitchen with a custom, wooden trellis. The natural tones of the beautiful Carolina ledgestone bar and granite top work handsomely with the espresso chairs and stunning Oceanside glass tile backsplash.
A limestone backsplash adds visual texture to the neutral palette in this elegant, modern kitchen designed by Antonio Martins. An oversized, industrial light fixture highlights the scale of the generous kitchen island.
A dark and dated 1970s California ranch kitchen, redesigned by Mary Broerman, is made open and bright with new cabinets, appliances, porcelain tile flooring, granite countertops and limestone backsplash with custom tile painting.
A textured limestone backsplash and under-shelf lighting make these contemporary shelves standouts. The floating Wenge wood shelves and an uncluttered quartz countertop below add clean lines and a balanced, relaxed feel to the neutral kitchen.
With a large limestone island with hidden USB ports and charging stations, this kitchen truly is the hub of the home for a large family. Beckwith Interiors opened the space up to make it feel larger and brighter and introduced reclaimed wood shelving and trim, a glass backsplash behind the stove and white shaker cabinetry to blend the modern and rustic styles the homeowners love.
Vibrant orange accents stand out in this contemporary eat-in kitchen. The island with black quartz countertops and a beautiful outdoor view provides extra seating to make entertaining easy and stylish. A limestone backsplash runs behind the sink while a built-in bookcase and set of display cabinets help keep things tidy.
In this kitchen, the mix of materials was created not by a tile manufacturer, but by the designer. Brigitte Fabri, CMKBD, of Drury Designs, wanted to create a "castle wall" effect in this kitchen, without detracting from the room's focal point — the copper hood. For most of the backsplash, she chose a large scale 12x24 'Crema Marfil' limestone because the larger the tile, the fewer distracting grout lines. Behind the range, a honed glass tile called 'Malaga Cove Wings' by Stone & Pewter was used.