Mirrored Backsplashes, A Breath of Fresh Air

Mirrored Backsplashes, A Breath of Fresh Air

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Annie Werbler
Mar 9, 2010

We're tried of seeing the same old thing on kitchen walls. Granite is played out, slate is expensive, and mosaics are fussy. Subway tile is always grand, but we can do better.

Cue the mirror. It reflects light and color, expands closed spaces, and is glitzy without being over-the-top. It can be applied across a graceful, seamless expanse, or shaped into pieces to refract the view.

And to all the haters - mirror isn't that hard to clean, either!

Images:

First Row:
1. Two Tall Girls
2. House Beautiful
3. A Great Full Day
4. Tracery Interiors
5. La Dolce Vita

Second Row:
6. Bespoke Press
7. Tracery Interiors
8. Patricia Gray
9. Exotic Metal Interiors
10. More Than Glass

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