Give Your New Home in Frisco a Sophisticated Look with Subway Tile
September 20, 2013 11:58 am
Want to give the kitchen in your new home in Frisco a sophisticated look? Add subway tile to the backsplash. These white 3-by-6-inch tiles have long been a staple of kitchen and bathroom design. Homeowners typically love this classic tile because it’s affordable, uncontroversial and, even better, usually in stock.
It’s been a common practice to pair white subway tile with white grout. But a style that’s been getting more popular over the years is to pair white subway tile with gray grout in a running-brick pattern. Some designers have also stacked the tiles for a linear, modern look, while others have tried a herringbone sign. No matter which way you stack them, the contrast between the gray grout and white tile adds depth and interest to a space. The tiles really “pop” when you set them wide apart, creating a bold look for your kitchen.
Homeowners may find that gray grout is a wise choice to use for the kitchen backsplash, since it’s easy to maintain. White grout tends to yellow and stain with age, so over time, the marks won’t be as visible when a gray grout is used. It’s up to you whether you choose a light gray or dark gray grout. But if your kitchen already has dark-hued accents, the dark gray grout should compliment it well.
If you’d like to see what gray grout looks like in person, visit the Stonelake model at Austin Ridge at Lonestar Ranch. Landon Homes has added a chic touch to this beautiful model home by installing subway tile with gray grout over the kitchen backsplash. It’s just one of many features Landon includes in its Austin Ridge homes, such as stunning master bedrooms, his and her closets and media rooms.
Austin Ridge is your chance to take advantage of the wonderful lifestyle offered by Lone Star Ranch. This master-planned community features a clubhouse available for private parties, a fully stocked fishing pond, hike and bike trails, and resort-style swimming pool with slides. It’s also located in the highly acclaimed Frisco Independent School District. To learn more about the advantages of buying a new home in Frisco, visit the Landon Homes website today.Tags: energy efficient homes in frisco, energy efficient homes in north dallas, FAQ, FAQ Dallas New Homes, frisco ISD new homes, frisco new homes, green construction for new homes, homebuilding in Dallas, Landon news, Lifestyle 8000 tax credit, Lifestyle dallas homes, north Dallas home builder
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