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Backsplash pictures? Please share your amazing backsplash

Posted by kailaemiko (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 26, 12 at 23:41

I'm in a process of finding the right backsplash for my kitchen and it's so hard to decide that will actually accentuate the whole kitchen. We have black walnut cabinet, grey floor and winter grey quartz counter top... I want some color but afraid too busy... White is good but too boring? I don't know... Maybe pictures of your amazing backsplash will make me inspire. ;)

Excited to see your pictures!!!

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RE: Backsplash pictures? Please share your amazing backsplash

We have walnut cabinets, a dark grey floor and stainless steel counters - very similar to your setup, but we have white painted boxes. We went with a handmade recycled tile, the debris series from fireclay. It was a fight to the death between a pale blue and a pale sage green, and a lot of discussion was had about format - 2x8 versus 4x4, etc. They have a lot of colors and formats to choose from.

I was inclined toward white until it was all installed, and I realized that was too boring and the room needed color.


RE: Backsplash pictures? Please share your amazing backsplash

Youngdeb, thanks for sharing! Your backsplash is really nice! I love it! I'm really leaning towards glass tiles and just like you before, not sure what color or size! What is this color? What grout color did you use to make it pop?

RE: Backsplash pictures? Please share your amazing backsplash

This is crater lake, the grout is white. I thought about glass too...there are a lot of beautiful options at

You might get more responses if you post a pic of your space.

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