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Posted by riceel (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 25, 12 at 23:01

I am not happy with this one sure am having trouble picking them out. My cabinets are natural maple, and have saint celcilia granite cabinet tops and what do you think about a backsplash. THANKS SO MUCH!


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RE: Need Help With Backsplash send me some pics and names of some

My only question would be what is on the floor?But anyway I think the one on the right looks lovely with it. There is no a lot of contrst but it has lots of levels of texture and is very visually appealing- at least to me.


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RE: Need Help With Backsplash send me some pics and names of some

I have to disagree with sheilaaus. It is much too busy for your granite. Your eyes would be on overload! I would pick up one of the creams in the granite.
If you want to jazz it up, then do so with accent pieces.
Look at the Finished Kitchen Blog. I have not been on since it has been updated, but hopefully you can see specifics, like others who have your granite and what they did.
My kitchen is white, I have Grazia Rixie crema subways with my dark Giallo Ornamental granite. It is as busy as yours but different shades of brown, taupe and cream.


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RE: Need Help With Backsplash send me some pics and names of some

Here is mine (just for an idea). I think something less busy will look best with your granite.

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RE: Need Help With Backsplash send me some pics and names of some

I like the backsplash, just not with that counter and cabinets. I would tend to go with something white or a light cream--solid in color, b/c of the business of St. Cecilia. Countrygal's is more in the direction I would think.


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