Granite subway tile - possible?

Claudia77February 12, 2011

We are doing a kitchen face-lift - keeping the natural cherry cabinets, replacing everything else you find in a kitchen. We found the slab of marble that we would like to use for our countertop - colonial gold. However, we have to purchase the whole slab, though we only need a portion of it. Tonight I saw in a magazine a kitchen which had a backsplash made of marble subway tiles - it was gorgeous. Does anyone know if it's possible to cut out subway tiles from the unused portion of granite? I believe the slab is 1-2 inches thick. I appreciate any thoughts you may have on this!

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If it's not too late and you haven't already done so, I suggest posting this on the "Discussions" side of Kitchens. This is the "Conversations" side that's for off-topic, general conversation types of topics. The Discussions side of Kitchens is for on-topic discussions concerning kitchen remodels. You will most likely get many more responses over there.

Good luck!

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