Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Backsplash extended

Over a year ago I added a backsplash to my kitchen.
A few days ago I was cleaning up the garage, and found
the rest of the material used back then.
I have seen backsplashes going the entire height of the ceiling, and I thought it would nice a little extra detail to add this to the back of the open kitchen shelf...
before with just the painted back
So that's exactly what I did.

I admit that I really like the extra detail in there, and it really makes the eye "look up", which makes the ceiling feel taller.
Since this was already material I had from my previous project, there was no extra cost for me. 
Just time...and it really does not take that long either.

Measure your area, cut and apply to the back.

To see the backsplash project, and step by step instructions,
click here
I love how it turned out.
This material is fantastic 
and is holding up really well.

Stay Frugal,
Daniela

13 comments:

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

That looks amazing. I love that paper and your backsplash is perfect.

Dawn said...

It looks great, Daniela! You did an amazing job! :)
I just love looking at all your projects!

Linda said...

I love it, too!!!
I use wallpaper a lot and once I bought some from England. It was called "Wallpaper for Troubled Walls!" It covered damaged walls and looked like textured walls. You painted it even!
That's long gone now but your backsplash material reminded me of it.
I get a kick out of using what I already have!

Kelly said...

That paper really does look like tile! I like it used on the walls of your cabinets like that. Great idea!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Daniela,
So far probably the best idea for 2015! Love the results of that.
Sending you hugs,
Mariette

P.S. La mia Mama è arrivato nel cielo oggi pomeriggio alle 02.15... Sono qua non è possibile per andare.

Katie Mansfield said...

That is amazing. It really does look like tile. I like it on the back of your shelves.

Charm Bracelet Diva {at Home} said...

Wow, I thought it was tile! Great way to save money and still get a beautiful result!
xoKathleen

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Your backsplash is amazing, I would never have thought it was wallpaper.

Mary Palumbo Collings said...

Bellissimo Daniela, e stata e buon idea… Complimenti!

Lois Field said...

I like how you added the paper behind the cabinet too. It works well and seems to give the illusion of more height.

Danni@SiloHillFarm said...

$5 and looks great! Can't beat that!

Libby said...

Absolutely perfect! The backsplash material added to the shelving does trick the eye. You're so good at this!

andi filante said...

It looks fantastic. :) We're putting our backsplash up to the ceiling too.

-andi