What’s A Countertop Without Awesome Tile Backsplash?

One of the top recommendations for adding value to your house is a kitchen upgrade, but you don’t have to spend a lot of time or money on it. If you want to refresh your kitchen but can’t afford a full-scale remodel, a smart place to start is by adding a tile backsplash, and it only takes a weekend and can cost as little as $5 per square foot. You can switch out a backsplash without moving cabinetry or appliances, and the sky’s the limit in terms of material choices, colors, and patterns. If your kitchen countertop currently has bare walls, you’ll also delight in the easy clean-up a smart backsplash provides.

The Stone Center in Sioux Falls has one of the largest selections of tile.  We have full-time designers that can help you select the right tile for your backsplash that will coordinate with your new or existing countertops.  Located at 2105 S. Minnesota Ave.  No appointment necessary.   Just swing in and let Amy assist you.

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  1. Ooo… I would LOVE the 2×4 Metallic Accent tile as an entire backsplash! Maybe paired with a lighter counterotop & cabinets? Or even darker cabinets too… So many possibilities!!


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