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Honest opinions needed

Posted by Adline (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 20, 13 at 16:12

I posted earlier about not being happy with my backsplash.
Someone is comming tomorrow to speak with me about removing it. I need to know if subway tiles would be a better choice in my space. I picked the 3" backsplash originally because it is a tiny u-shaped kitchen. So, before I make a bad decision, I need to know I tiles would be better given the size of the space. Thanks so much for your help.

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RE: Honest opinions needed

There are so many tiles that would look beautiful in your kitchen. If it were me I'd love to add some subtle color. I think white subway tiles wouldn't really add much to the aesthetic of your white kitchen.


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I would say you need something way snazzier than subways! :) Your kitchen is bright, but a little...safe? How about a pop of color? Or maybe some subways with a strip of accent tile in a great color? That said, I'm not one of those that "knows" all the tiles so I don't have a bunch of images to share...maybe someone else will have something!


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I with the others. I would add something that brought color...even subtle color.


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I think tile down to the counter would be a lot nicer/the U shape lends itself to a wonderful backsplash-have a search on houzz for colors/patterns that you like. Infinite choices out there,and it will give some punch-the kitchen is nice but quite plain. do you have under cab lighting?


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