We saved money using a standard 3x6 white subway tile from Home Depot. Even though our backsplash tile choice was cheap, it's still a classic look and I really love the way it looks all the way up to to the ceiling behind the open shelves, and around the kitchen window. I also really love the light grey grout we selected. It is subtle, but really makes the tile a feature in the kitchen.
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A timeless Shaker kitchen in Bristol’s Victorian heartland A hand painted traditional Shaker kitchen with a blend of Oak and sandstone worktops and utilitarian centre island Project Image Gallery If you would like to see the images in more detail just give them a click to expand them. The Design Brief Mark and Alex wanted …
Bookcase end to support bar overhang, nice idea for the opening to our kitchen if we remove the wall. It would be a raised counter to shield any cooking mess. Love the idea.
This handmade island from Chalon is the centrepiece of the room. Rather than it simply being a practical cooking station, it has been turned into a feature with spotlighting from above and accent lighting around its base.