You are going to drop your jaw on this one! I’ve got a fun kitchen feature for you today and while the whole kitchen is beautiful, the backsplash is gonna knock your socks off. It’s a project, along with a kitchen feature.Meet Nikki (new blogger this year) and her hubby, from The Lovely Residence, who live in Minnesota in a beautiful 1926 Colonial that they are making their own. They are also expecting a baby this summer! Today, we’ll check out their kitchen renovation. I thought this was one of the coolest things I’ve seen in a long time.See that pretty glass tile kitchen backsplash?? Well, guess what! It’s not tile at all, but a decal. Yep, you heard that right. You can click over to Nikki’s blog to see all the details on this project, but here is a quick run down. They took down some molding and started cutting the tile decal to install. Measured and cut.They cut it with scissors! Now, that is my kind of project. Just like my famous beadboard wallpaper that can be cut with scissors.Trimming with a utility knife. Fast and quick kitchen backsplash and it looks surprisingly like the real thing. High style, low dollars! Yep, that is exactly my idea of a cool renovation, on a budget. Doesn’t that look fantastic?
Here’s a rundown from Nikki on the whole project too:
That is actually a neat concept! And much cheaper, and so much easier. From the photos, it looks like real tile. What a great find! I am an interior designer, I love new ideas!
That looks so real. I will have to tell my daughter about this since she wants tile and can’t afford it right now.
Amazing! Love the “tiles.” This is something I’d like to try in my home.
I have a few questions. Do the tiles have a protective coating on it to protect from water? Can the tiles be wiped down? Would you add a polyurethane coating, particularly around the sink, to prevent moisture damage?
Looks great! Could easy removal be another pro? Changing the decal in a few years would be a fantastic way to update the kitchen again without the monster job of removing real tile.
That is so neat! We’re renters with a panelled kitchen (yes, you read that right!), and I think I’m going to figure out if this is removable. I might try it.
My word. Looks great!
lucy farmer says
Rhoda! I love this! thanks for sharing on your blog. I hope Georgia is treating you like the southern belle you are! Have a great weekend!! I will stop by to say hi to Nikki!
Great project! East to update should they ever desire!
Wow, I can’t believe that’s a decal!
Wonder how easy it would be to remove it… if so, I would love to use that in my apartment’s kitchen. XD
Wanda P. says
Marge V. says
Where can I buy the decals? I’ve seen kitchen decal websites, but they didn’t have the glass look-alike tiles. Help – I’m ready
J e martin says
What size is the$18 decal?
Cheryl Johnson says
Hi, just want to know where you find this glass tile wallpaper/decal. It looks so real and do they have different colors and styles of tile?
I’m having a hard time finding some that are realistic. I live in Michigan.
thank you ….cheryl
HI, Cheryl, I’d suggest going over to the blog that I featured and asking them specific questions about the product. The Lovely Residence is linked above, so hop over and ask them your questions.
I’m curious if you’re still happy with the decals after all this time?
HI, Franchesca, I’m afraid this is a feature and the homeowners will not see your message. Please go over to their blog and ask the question there. Thanks!
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