We're not quite ready for a reveal here, still have several pesky details to address but I would love some direction for selecting a backsplash. Of course I am in love with a few very expensive water jet marble mosaics. I also love the classic look of white subway tile and we have 25 sq ft left over from a bathroom remodel.
Here's a mini reveal. Our cabinets are painted white, the perimeter granite is opalescence, the island is honed white delicatus. The floors are red oak and the walls Ace's Dover Gray. Our white range and fridge will be staying for awhile. Being hopelessly practical, I want to keep it relatively neutral like the rest of our kitchen so that we can change paint color or accessories down the road and our backsplash will still match.
Things that I love
Waterworks Promenade (no idea on price)
All of the Silk Road mosaics by New Ravenna (approx 130-200/sq ft) swoon!
I was thinking we could do a more decorative tile above the range but with the high back of the range, it would cover a lot of that pretty tile. I'm looking for something that would emulate what I love without the cost. I don't care for basketweave or herringbone styles. I don't care what material it is - doesn't have to be stone, porcelain or ceramic is fine.