Greenwich Village Brownstone Apartment
Notable design elements include: Roll and Hill Bluff City pendant.
Photography: Francesco Bertocci
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Give it some steelFor a sleek, sophisticated look, add some steel to your kitchen walls.In this chic cookspace, the gleaming stainless steel worksurface continues vertically as a backsplash. The brushed texture is smooth rather than glaring, but the reflective finish still lifts the room.Find a designer to design your kitchen
Alternatively, if you have the budget, you can take the tiles all the way to the ceiling or use a chic slab splashback for a truly unbroken appearance.Try a stainless steel splashback to present a subtle sheen that almost acts like a mirror (as discussed above), giving the room a sense of depth while echoing the finishes of steel appliances or fixtures.Read more:Kitchen Storage: How to Pack a PunchKitchens: 5 Biggest Problems SolvedTell us: In what ways have you made your kitchen seem larger? Tell us in Comments below.