Last summer after a spur-of-the-moment kitchen upgrade I asked you guys what color you thought would look good on my new faux brick backsplash. Remember that? Yeah, it was like 8 months ago.
There were votes for a dark gray or navy, but the number one response was a nice clean white... so we went with it!
I'm so happy with how it turned out. It adds a bit of character to our kitchen and the white really brightens things up. And although it was a bit time consuming to make sure it fit, it was really pretty easy to pull off. Here's all you need to make one:
- a sheet of faux brick paneling (it came in a 4' x 8' sheet at Lowe's)
- reciprocating saw (or jig saw or whatever you can use to make cuts around outlets and windows)
- finishing nails
- paint & primer
- paintable caulk