How to end backsplash in corner?
I am still plodding along, slowly but (sometimes not so) surely, with my kitchen remodel. While I am waiting for my second backsplash order to be corrected (that's another story for a different day), I started rethinking the tile design. I have an L-shaped kitchen with an island. There is a long row of counter-height windows above the long leg of the L, and there will be no backsplash on this wall. A 3x6 subway tile backsplash will be installed only on the short leg of the L (the range top wall). I had originally planned to have one row of bullnose tiles run vertically on the outer end of the tile run. Should I be doing anything in the corner where it meets the wall? Since there will be no backsplash on the window wall, the tile in the corner will meet drywall on the adjoining wall. Will it look okay to just let the subway pattern die into the corner? Does anyone have photos to share, showing what they did to end tile in a corner? Thanks so much for any advice!