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Subway tile backsplash with Frosty Carrina?

Posted by Scooter1923 (My Page) on
Thu, May 30, 13 at 22:27

We've decided to go with Frosty Carrina Caesarstone in our kitchen and are now trying to choose a backsplash tile. I would like a subway tile in glass or ceramic. I don't want to use marble or other natural stone. Any suggestions for subway tile that coordinates well with FC? I'm open to using something that matches the countertop or contrasts. My cabinets are dark and go with almost anything.

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RE: Subway tile backsplash with Frosty Carrina?

I think simple white subway tile always look good and there are examples of people here using light green or light blue subway tiles to go with gray or white countertops and they all looked great.

RE: Subway tile backsplash with Frosty Carrina?

Hi Scooter, could you post pictures of your kitchen? I'd love to see your FC installed. My apologies if you already posted somewhere and I missed it. Thanks!!!

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