We did one backsplash seven different ways all easy, all cheap and all can be removed in a matter of minutes, which makes them perfect for renters or anyone looking to change their kitchen decor.
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Salvaged molding and old boards add cottage style with plenty of texture. To make this backsplash, cut a thin piece of plywood to the exact wall size. All the molding is cut to size and attached to the plywood, then the whole thing is simply screwed to the wall.
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