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Backsplash suggestions (white cainet and wild rice caesarstone)

Posted by lilymila (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 12, 12 at 19:58

My contractor started the kitchen demo on Wed and now my kitchen is a blank slate. My cabinet is Dura Supreme classic white in homestead door style and my counter will be wild rice caesarstone. I feel overwhelmed when I got to Tileco. Every corner of the store has floor to ceiling tile display. I could go with something simple like Jeffrey Court glass field tile in polaris, but I am open to suggestions from the gardenweb veterans here. I don't like traditional; my style is more transitional to modern.


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RE: Backsplash suggestions (white cainet and wild rice caesarston

the counter is very neutral. Do you have hardware chosen-I'd get a theme going with backsplash and hardware. Can't say because so many things work with the counter-bronze /pewter hardware or the new polished nickel I've seen is a little more showy-for backsplash-pull the malty cream out of counter or darker glass mosaics-black-dark grey for drama[with the polished nickel hardware!], or white glass,or plain off white ceramic tile with darker grout for interest-just what do you like? Serious or more of a fun,bold look??

RE: Backsplash suggestions (white cainet and wild rice caesarston

I haven't choose any hardware yet. That's another big decision. I want brushed nickel, polished nickel, or chrome (no ORB and cup pulls). Style wise, I like neutral, clean, tranquil looking, and nothing too crazy. I will post more pic once the cabinets are in. They are starting on Monday. In addition, the wall in the kitchen will be Zephyr Hill, which is also the color of my living room. (I can't figure out how to make this picture smaller).

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