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Backsplash... Subway, herringbone in frame with corbels?

Posted by Momto3kiddos (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 20, 13 at 21:30

I have stained perimeter cabinets being installed next week, and I found a bone crackled subway tile today that I think I would like to use for the backsplash. I am considering doing herringbone all the way across or just using it to accent over the cooktop. I am having a custom wood hood 42" with corbels. I am having trouble finding pics of accent tiles with corbels under a hood. I have a pot filler, too, so I think the frame would work well. I would appreciate any suggestions or pics you have to share. I will update with pics of the cabinets once they are installed.
Thanks!


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RE: Backsplash... Subway, herringbone in frame with corbels?

This isn't subway but at an angle - figured I could put something in here to bump to the top.
Can't wait to see your kitchen
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RE: Backsplash... Subway, herringbone in frame with corbels?

Can't picture it, but try Houzz

Here's what came up by searching on Herringbone+pot filler+corbels.

http://www.houzz.com/herringbone-%2B-pot-filler%2B-corbels


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