Last week Brenda created several samples of back splash faux finishes for our client in Overland Park. She worked hard to strike a balance that will be bold enough to give a “pop” without being too much.
We did a faux finish on the cabinets for our client last spring. We painted and glazed over the worn out pickled white finish. On the inside of the built-in hutch we did an accent color with a bronze paint. As we did the cabinets, Brenda mentioned to them that we could do a faux finish on their back splash.
Their counter tops were covered with a granite overlay, and the tile back splash ran down behind the granite overlay. Removal would have been difficult and tricky to do without causing damage to the granite overlay. Our faux finish treatment was a good option for them.
Brenda primed the tile & taped off the grout lines. The faux finish included accent tiles in the same color as she used in the inside of the hutch.
The result of the final faux finish is a great change from the stark white tile that was there before. Our clients love the look.