You can get a high-end look with impact details small and large: try adding bun feet to free-standing cabinetry to give it a furniture-feel, or add some beadboard paneling to spruce up an island. Or you can get really creative with a focal point that is less expensive than mosaic tile but packs a big punch, like stacked stone on the back of your kitchen island, like this one from Bill and Jayne Wolf of DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen in Grand Rapids, Mich.
This contemporary outdoor kitchen features a stacked stone island with a sleek waterfall countertop. Chic barstools line the island for casual dining, and a large grill creates ultimate barbecuing potential.
This spacious, traditional kitchen features a large square island with plenty of seating, which is great when entertaining or for any casual meal. The mosaic tile backsplash gives the impression of stacked stone, making the space resemble a stylish Tuscan space.
The open gourmet kitchen is designed with an easy workflow, as well as to be friendly for family and entertaining. The space is grounded by neutral tiles, and black cabinets are paired with soft tan countertops. Stacked stone creates a focal wall and range above the stove, while the large center island is surrounded by light gray barstools for eating.
This traditional kitchen has a rustic feel with a stacked-stone hearth, mosaic tile backsplash and rubbed bronze faucets. Soapstone on the main counters pairs well with the granite on the large island.
There is a light and airy look over the open design of this kitchen. Nevada stacked stone surrounds a large range adding beautiful natural texture to the design while staying with the neutral color scheme. The strong emphasis on linear geometry is evident in details like the gray marble island top. The lines of the home are reinforced with the beam and skylight structure. The Teak cabinets showcase a warm-tone finish.
A large center island provides the perfect spot to eat in this gourmet kitchen. The stacked stone range hood brings a rustic quality to the space, while sleek black cabinets paired with neutral countertops create a warm, contemporary style.
Wood is used throughout the kitchen from the walls to the ceiling, as well as the kitchen cabinets, which blend seamlessly into the walls. A large center island combines a large wooden countertop with stacked stone to create a family-friendly gathering spot.