When Jayme wanted to make a change to her kitchen, she decided to install a new backsplash that better matched her personality.
The previous kitchen
Her previous kitchen had a small square tile backsplash with dated countertops and cabinetry. Jayme knew that she wanted a change.
The new glass subway tile backsplash
Jayme decided to replace the old backsplash with a sleek new glass subway tile backsplash from SouthCypress.com
Urban Hues Desert subway tile with Pure Cobalt Pencil Listello accent
Jayme used Storka Urban Hues glass subway tile in color Desert with Decorative Accents Pure Cobalt Pencil Listello accent. We love the subtle touch the pencil accent brings.
The blue matches the new countertop well
Jayme wanted a subway tile that could be used behind the stove. An added benefit of using glass subway tile is that it not only looks great, but it is also extremely easy to clean! If you want to see more glass subway tiles, stop by our Subway Tile Theme Page.
The new kitchen
In addition to the new backsplash, Jayme installed new cabinetry to replace the older cracked cabinets, a new counter top, and new flooring. The finished kitchen looks great!
Jayme says it took her contractor about a week for demo of the old kitchen, and about 2 weeks for construction of the new one.
For anyone considering a similar project, Jayme recommends getting samples to make sure you get the color you want. She also says that she loved the customer service that she received from SouthCypress.com!