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Can't remove 4" granite backsplash. I give up!!!

9 years ago

I have been struggling to come up with a backsplash for my blue pearl granite. Four years ago when the countertop was installed, I decided to just put in the four inch splash and then take my time deciding on tile. I planned to remove it later on. At the time, we had purchased the house we were remodeling and had not sold our other house, so it made sense financially as well. Then I started paying tuition bills, etc. and the tile project got put on hold.
Now it seems the the 4 inch granite backsplash is covering a mis-cut that runs the length of the back of the wall. No tile will be thick enough to cover it up. I think it will look awkward to have tile on top of the backsplash, making it look like an afterthought. Should I just forget the tiles or is there some way that I could make it look well put together?

This post was edited by annalyn123 on Sat, Jul 20, 13 at 16:13

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