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A different take on white subway tile

Posted by bcafe (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 4, 13 at 10:53

We wanted some texture and a bit of shine for our backsplash, yet wanted to keep it white. The tile is a cobblestone glass by Bellavita. We ended the backsplash on this run under the cabinets and used a Schluter edge in white. The picture quality is not very good and we are changing out the outlet covers as of today, yet it turned out just lovely.
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RE: A different take on white subway tile

That's cool! I think I like the soapstone even better. :)


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RE: A different take on white subway tile

Nice change of texture without introducing a new color!


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P.S. What outlet covers are you going to use instead? Pic?


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RE: A different take on white subway tile

Susannesl, we are just going with something a bit more linear. The covers on now have rounded corners and just look a bit off, at least to my eye. They will be white covers.


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I like it too. I like how it looks with the hardware.


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I like it and welcome to the ABB alumni club! It adds a bit of sparkle to your kitchen!


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RE: A different take on white subway tile

Ah, yes, the ABB club! Just some floor base trim and a light over the sink, then we will be finished. :)


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