Q: What are some options for the walls besides paint?
Janice: Besides paint, because paint is one of the least expensive things that you can do, but wallpaper. I mean you can do wallpaper on your walls. You can just do a border around. A border will really add a lot of color and a lot of interest.
The other thing you can do if your budget is a little bit higher, you can do things like brick or stone. If you don't have the budget for that but you like the look, you could possibly do a faux finish. There are a lot of artists out there that will help with a faux finish look and it can be anything from a simple color wash that gives you a really smooth, soft look to something that actually has a pattern in it that might look like a stonewall.
Christine: If you got more of a traditional or a more of a cottage-y kitchen, you can always do a wainscoting tile more than just your backsplash. You can bring it around on the walls a little bit more. Artwork is always great. There's all different types of paint options out there as terms of faux finishing; moldings on the wall. Those are all big things that you can do to accent the design.
If you have the ceiling height, itâ€™s always nice to add some ceiling details. Beans, coffered ceilings are always beautiful. Those can work in contemporary or traditional applications, definitely. Any little bit of architecture is always nice.