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Should the available area for backsplash determine tile size?

Posted by bcafe (My Page) on
Tue, Sep 11, 12 at 16:53

We are looking at different tiles for our backsplash. We really have very little to tile due to appliance placement and overall lack of space. 6x12's grab DH's eye and I really don't have a preference. So, would you GW folks use smaller, larger, or no preference for a small kitchen?


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RE: Should the available area for backsplash determine tile size?

A picture of your space would be helpful.
We too have a small kitchen, but have 18 linear feet of backsplash.
We went with 3x6 subways.
6x12's are pretty big and will give a more modern appearance if that's what you're after.
Keep in mind that tiling the backsplash is not essential.
You may want to complete your project and live with it for a while before deciding on your backsplash design.


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