Wood backsplash: a material you may or may not have considered

Have you ever considered running your countertop material up the wall to function as a backsplash? The look creates a dramatic and seamless look. We often see the look with marble, but the look can also be accomplished with wood!

Today we want to share a few of our favorite inspirational pictures of homeowners who ran their wood countertop material up their wall as well. Using the same finish we apply on the countertops, we can also apply to your backsplash for protection and easy cleaning.

This classic cottage has a timeless and elegant touch with the Black Walnut backsplash

Black cabinets and Black Walnut creates a rich and bold look.

Be mesmerized by the grains of Walnut while folding clothes.

Instead of a Live-edge countertop, create a live-edge frame around your bathroom mirror.

Or you can keep the live-edge surface but run the material as trim up to the mirror.

If you can’t take the heat, get out of the kitchen! Loving the wild Shou Sugi Ban action.

White Oak is always a flawless option for the modern, contemporary look.




Colleen Tatum