Designer Scott Carson of Cosan Studio produced this 285-square-foot (26-square-meter) Fredericksburg, Texas, kitchen area with interior designers Barb Foley and Kim Bouton of Bouton and Foley The kitchen area backsplash is 6-inch-thick natural Texas limestone with an overgrout, sealed with a matte clear sealant. The exact same product repeats throughout the house’s exterior and interior, “as houses long back were really constructed,” Carson states.
His recommendations worrying setup incorporates other kitchen area components too.
” It is extremely essential to think about the density of the stone being set up and make certain you represent it in the style procedure. It is extremely tough to include stone to a current area due to the fact that of this,” he states. “If you are doing a full-depth genuine stone, then it requires to go to the flooring behind the cabinets due to the fact that of the weight. If you are utilizing a natural stone that has actually been cut as a veneer, [which is] generally 2 inches thick, then you require to represent that additional 2 inches. Otherwise, as it boils down to the counter top, you are going to lose 2 inches of counter top depth, which can develop concerns with sinks and cooktops not fitting.”