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Advice on kitchen backsplash

Posted by sylace (My Page) on
Tue, Dec 18, 12 at 11:18

Please give your advice on the following backsplash.

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RE: Advice on kitchen backsplash

I like the one on the left - the dark pieces in it nicely pull from your countertop. The one on the right feels busy...


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Of the choices I also like the one on the left.


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I agree, the one on the right looks too busy.


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Left one. What is it?


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Definitely the one on the left.


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I like the colors on the left, but I don't like the elongated rectangles. I would think that the rectangles will look dated in a few years. Is there any way to find the colors of the left sample in either a small square mosaic or in subway tile? Carolyn


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Your counter looks almost exactly like mine (Caesarstone Smoky Ash). Although I didn't consider a mixed tile at the time, GWers steered me to a simple crackled subway. I hadn't thought my counter was the least bit busy, but now that I've lived with it for nearly a year, I'm very glad I picked a simple backsplash.


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One on the left looks like a great match. Nice...


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I like the one on the left. But, you might want to consider less contrast among the tiles in the backsplash. If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen you may want something more peaceful?


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Between those - the left one for sure - can you take a picture with the BS laying on the countertop
Thanks


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I like the one on the left also!


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