Today I bring you a quick kitchen update. This space was feeling cluttered and dated, and there were several grease spots on the wall behind the stove and sink. The solution? A fresh coat of gray paint to brighten the space, and a tin tile styled backsplash. To get the look of tin tile, we purchased this faux version here. Then we just needed a straight edge, box cutter, and some liquid nails. I started applying the backsplash at one end, and cut each tile as needed. I just measured as I went along in order to get the cutouts for electrical outlets in the correct spots. To finish off all edges, I used the coordinating trim pieces, and a little clear caulk. It’s a simple weekend project. No more grease or water spots on the walls!
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What color are the walls in the after pic? Good job!
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