Backsplash on refrigerator panel

LauraD123November 4, 2013

I have a short backsplash that runs around my kitchen. I am replacing it on the painted walls with a full backsplash of uniform sized light beige horizontal glass bars of about 1 inch by 12 inches (sort of like thin subway tiles). But my current splash turns the corner onto my refrigerator panel. If we remove the current short splash there, the panel is a mess since original contractors used wrong adhesive. So do I do a full height or short height splash with my new glass bars on the refrigerator panel? Or just do a bullnose type piece there to cover the gap at the counter and reface the panel? Suggestions?

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Carry the full-height tile around onto the panel. It will look fine and be the easiest.

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