I really am taken by the above backsplash. It is so clean and simple and old fashioned and modern and rustic looking. I love it. I cannot find it online, but no matter. I couldn’t afford it.
But look what I did find:
Teeny tiny pic. Sorry. Can’t get it larger. This is a glass tile by a really design savvy company (will post more on them later, their tile is very chi-chi looking). Shockingly (yes, I am literally in shock…bzzzt!), this tile is way cheap. Two dollars a square foot cheap. That’s about twenty five cents cheaper than the cheap tile I plan on doing in the kitchen.
I couldn’t have the whole kitch this since it is a bit evocative of a 1940’s bathroom, but how about as a little fun kick to the backdrop for my white fireclay sink? It would adorn a roughly 25 square foot of space coming up out of the center of the island (behind the range/other side…see floor plan for reference).
So, help me out. White subway all around or a splash of ivy green tile, on the cheap? If you vote “yes” on Proposition Cheap Green Glass Tile, please let me know if you have any suggestions for the range side of the wall. White? Green? There will be a recessed niche there…white with green? Probably not, but I am open to your vision…and any Photoshopping of a backsplash onto some mock-up that you may (or may not) want to do for me (or do not).
Come on, don’t be a wus. Help me plan my kitchen!