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The backsplash is done!

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Now, for real, all we need is some final touch-ups (paint, cabinets, etc.) and then a major cleaning job ... and we're done! So close, we're SO close!

 

I think Paul did a fabulous job on this backsplash ... he even designed it, for the most part!

 

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We SHOULD be done! I think you built your house faster than we did our kitchen!

 

But we definitely haven't put a rush on it - so it's partially our fault. But we're close!

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Looks great Ann. Question, how do you pull the sockets forward so they sit flush with the back splash? I want to do a back splash in our kitchen, but I'm afraid too.. :-)

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i know they desgined it that way - but i will ask paul exactly what they did since the original kitchen didn't have a backsplash.

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too funny ... nope, no blue tiles!

 

well, we're cleaning the kitchen today and putting it back together - so expect finished pictures soon!

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Our kitchens look similar. They put the backsplash in while were gone. It's very neutral like yours- except I like the pop of color you got in it.

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oh that is what Will wants to do once we get a house...I will be saving your finished pics to my idea file.

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