Backsplash sanity check- ending close to a doorway
Quick sanity check here- Tile guy is coming first thing tomorrow a.m. to install our backsplash.
We have 4 inches from the end of the counter to a piece of door trim. There is an outlet that is past the counter and long story but cannot be moved at this point (you'll see the pencil mark where I wish it could've been).
Ironically the tile is almost exactly the wall color, it's fairly thin, and color all the way through (it's a porcelain 3x12).
Contractor says in these instances he tiles all the way to the trimwork. I googled and saw someone suggest this solution to a poster with a similar issue.
Without moving the outlet, the only other solution is to tile around it which I think would look worse. By the time we did an edge piece it would leave such a skinny piece of wall between it and the trim.
I have kitchen reno exhaustion so checking whether I'm crazy to be ok with this solution?
Here is the overall kitchen, the area is the far left edge of the counter, next to the sunroom doorframe
Here is a closeup of the area. It's about 4 inches to the wall