One of the easiest ways to change the look of a kitchen is to add a stunning backsplash. But with so many styles, how do you choose the right one? Explore these trends to find out.
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Design by Didier Michot
Using classic, white subway tiles as a backsplash is the best way to bring a polished look to your kitchen. Here, the tilework is spiced up with a Celtic-knot border just above the countertop. The border's soft-gray hue is a perfect match to the distressed upper cabinets.
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