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Need Help Where To Stop Tumbled Marble Backsplash

Posted by rjdavis21 (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 13, 10 at 15:24

Have not posted in years and need help with some detail.
Im installing Tumbled Marble backsplash for wife.need advice where to,how to or what to do at these end points of tile.
How should I finish here.
Should I stop at the light molding or go past it a inch and go back up above it. I really don't want to notch behind it. Should I stay under it and stop somewhere to line up with the counter top or carry it down into the ogee cut
Im planning on 3x6 as my side end stones and the inside pattern will be 4x4 diagonal.see my pics to see what im working with.
Well while taking pics found I need to get out past the left side receptacle outlet,so you think what I do on the left side end do also on the right side end. Still need help on cut at the cabinet. I dont know how many pics I can post on here so I may try to combine them, we will see how it goes.

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RE: Sorry ! I reposted on the On-Topic Discussions

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RE: Need Help Where To Stop Tumbled Marble Backsplash

Not sure if you are asking how high to tile or how wide. It would look best for the tile to go up to the bottom of the cabinets.

As for width, I think you should use the top of the granite's ogee edge as a guide.


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