Definition of backsplash
: a vertical surface (as of tiles) designed to protect the wall behind a stove or countertop
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One ruled by a mad queen who has adorned her entire dominion in Shaker cabinets and glass backsplashes that recur in the bathroom.
Vintage details include open shelving for glassware and checkerboard porcelain tile for the backsplash.
The home’s vintage details include a checkerboard porcelain tile for the backsplash in the kitchen.
In addition to acting as general contractor, Quirk also installed her own marble backsplash in a subway tile pattern.
The adjoining open kitchen has been updated with stainless steel appliances, marble backsplash, granite countertops and island.
A backsplash of bright white subway tile was installed, along with a stainless steel farmhouse sink.
An orange accent wall brightens up the space, and the blue-gray subway tile backsplash color carries over to the living room.
The house has been transformed with updates, including the kitchen with subway tile backsplash, butcher block counter tops, stainless steel appliances, a high-end refrigerator, and designer cabinet paint.
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