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Have you ever seen a wooden backsplash like this?

Posted by both (aboth@sbcglobal.net) on
Sat, Feb 16, 13 at 10:35

I have been looking at this kitchen in a Better Homes and Gardens Kitchen Idea File book that I have had for over two years. I have never seen another kitchen with this type of framed wooden backsplash. In the photos provided they never show what they did behind the stove for a backsplash. Has anyone seen this before? We are thinking about doing this in our kitchen. Sorry the photos are not the best. I took photographs of the books photos.


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RE: Have you ever seen a wooden backsplash like this?

Had a problem posting more than one picture at a time. Here is another photo of the same kitchen


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RE: Have you ever seen a wooden backsplash like this?

Here is the last one I have :). What do you think?


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RE: Have you ever seen a wooden backsplash like this?

There are many different ways to do a wooden BS. I have seen something similar in my KD's showroom.
It's a nice look and takes the guess work out of an entire BS, but you still have to figure something out behind the range.


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RE: Have you ever seen a wooden backsplash like this?

I did one in my butler's pantry. I really like it. (goes around the sides, and comes out as far as the uppers extend)

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RE: Have you ever seen a wooden backsplash like this?

BKW, that is truly gorgeous, as is everything you do.


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RE: Have you ever seen a wooden backsplash like this?

jenny_from_the_block did this in her gorgeous kitchen. Again, she did something different behind the range:

Here is a link that might be useful: shiplap backsplash


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