L shaped kitchen
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Another gorgeous mixed-media backsplash: Here, glass is mixed with today's popular natural stone. To ensure that this kitchen by Remodelworks looked distinctive, the client installed glass tile behind the range to accent the 4x4 tumbled stone tile that makes up most of the backsplash. Then, interior designer Dixie Lovejoy came up with the idea of turning the tile vertically, so that it looks like a waterfall or rising steam.
The Ultimate Guide to Backsplashes
The Ultimate Guide to Backsplashes CLAY TILE Pros: Whether matte or glazed, chevron or brick--this stuff just looks expensive. Cons: Tile and grout must be sealed annually, and since clay tile is often unsealed on the edges, it requires finishing with trim where it meets the wall. Price/Sq. Ft.: $6 to $50