one glass at a time
You've reminded me that our kitchen needs a bit of quality time with a sledgehammer. I know we need to do it: I just don't want to deal with the chaos.Must. Relent. Soon.:)My latest image is now up:http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2007/11/wordless-wednesday-twin-towers.htmlHope you have a wonderful rest-of-Wordless-Wednesday!Carmi
Oh nice! I love the granite. What is the backsplash made of?
I can hear them sing!Love it!Now I really cannot wait for our renos to start!
Hi CArmi, thanks for stopping by! Renos are chaotic, that's for sure, but the end result is just amazing. We don't know why we just didn't do it sooner!Hi Gina, thanks. The backsplash if glass, it actually ended up being a little bolder than we envisioned it being, but we're really happy with it!Anna, good luck with your renos too!
love that glass look- saw it in a bathroom while touring millionaire mansions-- if that says anything about your taste! ;-)
ooh! Lucky old you!
I am loving that backsplash!We were just looking at glass tiles for a backsplash! I love them, but since we are hoping to reno to sell...we probably should save the money. But I do love it!
I thought I had commented on this, but oh well...I am sooo jealous. My kitchen is just barely adequate. And I know someone who has this amazing kitchen with sub-zero appliances and anything I could ever want (built in espresso maker anyone) and the thing she makes for dinner most often is reservations...
GORGEOUS. Really. That backsplash just ties it all together. Your choice?Heidi
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