Tiling Experts - Please Help
Hi everyone. So this question is about tiling - but a backsplash rather than a kitchen. I know there are some tile experts on this forum, so I decided to post here. Here is my dilema. We remodeled an old kitchen. It isn't plumb. My new cabinetry is level, but on a long 16' wall with two windows, the area between the counter (which is level) and the windowsills is not level. If I had known this before remodeling, I would have used slabs as my backsplash. I have soapstone counters, however, and do not want a black soapstone backsplash. I was hoping to use Carrara 2x4 tiles as a backsplash but then wondered if the uneven horizontal lines would bother me. I think yes. Then I considered Carrara 1x2 in a herringbone pattern - but my tiler said that would make the un-levelness (is that even a word?) more obvious. Do you agree? My tiler suggested a 3x6 tile, saying the bigger the better in terms of joint lines (??) Can someone please please please advise me on what I should do?? It's been a year and I would love to have a backsplash as soon as possible. Help!!!! And THANKS in advance!!!