Stainless Steel and Butcher’s Block
Combining stainless steel and butcher’s block makes a purposeful yet classy statement. Butcher’s block countertops are easy to maintain and can fit almost any design scheme to match your kitchen. Most of all, they are a sturdy and durable countertop option. Mixing industrial with a bit of traditional as shown in this picture helps to create a striking balance between the two designs. The maple butcher block here prevents the steel and white elements in the room from creating a commercial effect; whereby instead the room is filled with warm tones. Using a butcher’s block as a countertop material has its advantages; it works well with any color, from bright to muted, and helps create a kitchen that is appealing yet unassuming.
Pairing Stainless Steel with Lighting & Other Features
Stainless steel countertops work well with industrial, eclectic, modern, transitional or even traditional settings. When you are looking to pair this countertop with the perfect backsplash, you generally have two options to choose from: matching lighting or complementing the countertop with a completely different lighting finish. We recommend matching stainless lighting with similar finish for a clean and industrial look, unless you are after an altogether eclectic presence. Continuing along with the same finish gives a seamless and distraction-free appearance to bring your kitchen to the next level.