Carmel Mid-Century LEEDMidcentury Kitchen, San Francisco
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9. Add a textured splashbackModern kitchens are often filled with smooth surfaces – a texture that can feel a bit cold and sterile. Break up an expanse of smooth textures while still keeping a contemporary look with 3D tiles used as a splashback. For a more traditional, farmhouse feel in your kitchen, look for other ways to add texture to the space, such as laying down a sisal rug, displaying glass jars filled with pasta on the benchtop or using a woven basket as a fruit bowl.
5. Bold splashbackA feature splashback is a good way to incorporate mid-century style into a kitchen design. Bright colours and organic shapes suit this theme. These are Dimensional Oval tiles by Heath Ceramics, and are reminiscent of mid-century pottery.