Kitchen Backsplash At Lowes – I have a project done for a while that you do not know about, unless you follow me on Instagram and you got a little bit! However, even that little teaser was 3 months ago!
Last year I showed you how we used the temporary fix to cover our date tiles backsplash. I know that it’s not a permanent solution, but it works until I know what kind of backsplash I want for sure.
It’s really not too difficult a decision for me. I want it simple, crisp and clean, and come to love the look of the white subway tiles. I’m in love with the optional beveled edge, I like a bit of sparkle and dimension that the edge of the velvet releases when the light hits them.
I found many on the tiles at Lowe’s. I puchased these tiles on colorway biscuits. Here’s a tip- if you have some Lowe’s in your area, check around. Some of my stores carry this in stock, and some do not. Here the photos look a bit tan because it’s in a dark corner, but the very nice biscuits are just a bit of white.
Lowe’s brings a bright white too, but it’s too cruel against my warm countertops. Honestly, if I do not know there is pure white, this one looks really white in real life.
On a side note, I have just moved my flour and sugar to this glass jar on the table. I have an antique tea cup from my husband’s aunt’s house that I use for spoons. I love being able to see and use them almost every day! And yes, we keep the dice on our counter. Always ready for Farkle hot game!
The downside of that with the tilting tile is deciding what to do with the edges. I want to keep the edge simple without using a special edge piece. There are 3 x 3 tile tiles available all over the web, but they are quite expensive and I’m not sure the colors will be exactly my tiles. So, I decided to just split the tiles and use them on the edge, though one end would not have
So, I decided to just split the tiles and use them on the edge, though one end would not have bevel. We turned sides so all edges of the wall still had bevel. I really do not think it’s real once it’s done by Gala filling it in … your bet will never realize if I did not tell you!
This tile comes at a whopping $ .25 each! So, I spent about $ 50 on tile grout and, but I did pay someone to install it. Even at that time, it was a relatively inexpensive project that made a big change in the feel of the kitchen! I really can not have more difference in dark and light.
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