Full height splash is just what it sounds like.....we take the stone all the way up from the countertop to the bottom of the cabinets.
Full height splash is usually the most expensive backsplash option (unless you buy a fairly expensive tile). This is due to the labor and also the extra material we need to purchase for the splash.
|Photo: Momax Marble.|
|Photo: 386 Real Estate.|
A lot of people really like the full height backsplash option because there are no grout lines! I've never met a person who likes grout.
Some people choose this option because it gives the kitchen a unified look.
I have also had clients who love their stone so much that they want to see it vertically, they feel it's not justified only on the countertops!
|Above photo from Houston Luxury Highrises.|
The first time we did it with concrete countertops I really thought it was going to be ugly. They chose a gorgeous granite that looked like a painting and the concrete was really simple.
This way they didn't compete with each other. Luckily I was wrong and it turned out to be amazing!
|Above photo from Pacific Kitchens.|
I love how they went all the way to the ceiling in the photo below from Drury Design Showroom. It may be too much for some people, but this granite is definitely a work of art and I love seeing it being shown off.
|Photo: Drury Design|
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