Maybe you’ve been eyeing the stunning backsplash in your favorite restaurant or lounge and wondering if you could get the same look in your own home.
Or that sparkling, modern bathroom in the upscale boutique you love? Maybe you could re-create the look in your own space!
There’s no doubt that inspiration is all around us. That’s why, when it comes to ideas for your home decor, it can be a good idea to look beyond the home design magazines for something a little different, notes April Peterson, marketing manager at Everett’s Granite Transformations.
Designers working with commercial clients are often tasked with creating a statement – a unique look that sets the restaurant, boutique or office apart and reflects a carefully crafted image.
In the case of the Ascend Prime Steak & Sushi in Bellevue, for example, the walls surrounding the grill area are dressed in coppery Trend tiles to create an elegant, inviting focal point where diners can watch the chefs in action.
While your home might not boast that same large indoor grill, when applied to a kitchen backsplash or feature wall, the same principle could definitely cast a warm glow about your kitchen.
The good news? It’s not only possible, but easy with Granite Transformations.
While many are familiar with the locally owned company’s environmentally friendly, engineered stone countertops and surfaces, Granite Transformations also offers mosaic tiles and cabinet refacing with little-to-no demolition, stress or mess.
“If you find a feature or space you love, our talented designers will work with you to find a way to re-create the look in a way that works for your home and your style,” April says.
Capture the inspiring space with a photo and see how the team can bring it to life!
Bring your inspiration home
Request a free in-home design consultation to start planning your home transformation, or use the online visualizer at granitetransformations.com. Call
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