Full-height backsplashes have become a very popular kitchen design element in new home construction, renovation projects, and remodeling projects. A standard backsplash measures 4 inches from the top of the countertop surface. Full-height backsplashes, also called slab or panel backsplashes, can stretch from the top of the countertop to the bottom of upper cabinets or all the way to the ceiling.

Full-height backsplashes add a dramatic and unique design to the kitchen. Full-height slab backsplashes can be custom cut into shapes or fill the entire wall. Panel backsplashes may be easier to clean than tile backsplashes – depending on the material chosen. 

Full-height backsplashes are a great option to place between cooktops and vent hoods. A minimalist color stone will accent a custom vent hood or high-end cooktop or range. A vibrantly veined natural stone backsplash can add drama and a bold design element. A custom shaped slab backsplash can add whimsy and draw the eye to the center of the room.

Montclair Danby Marble Kitchen Countertops
Montclair Danby Marble Kitchen Countertops
 Montclair Danby Marble Kitchen Countertops
 Montclair Danby Marble Kitchen Countertops
If you are interested in a full-height backsplash, click the button below to request an appointment with Surface One to find out which design is best for you. For more inspiration, check out our kitchen photo galleries or our Pinterest board on full-height backsplashes.

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