I'd love to do this, but will probably simplify it to a one or two color scheme. Different on each riser is nice.

I'd love to do this, but will probably simplify it to a one or two color scheme. Different on each riser is nice.

This article transformed my way of thinking about raising my family in a small home, I wouldn't have it any other way!  Five reasons why I love raising my family in a small home!

Small Home Decorating, Reasons Why I Love Raising My Family in a Small Home!

This article transformed my way of thinking about raising my family in a small home, I wouldn't have it any other way! Five reasons why I love raising my family in a small home!

Vintage tile, rustic wood, cozy feel kitchen.    Photos: Lisa Warninger for HGTV. Styling by Chelsea Fuss. Styling Assistant: Kelly Searle. Photography Asssistant: Natalie Cregar.

Vintage tile, rustic wood, cozy feel kitchen. Photos: Lisa Warninger for HGTV. Styling by Chelsea Fuss. Styling Assistant: Kelly Searle. Photography Asssistant: Natalie Cregar.

Although the most common use of these river rock pebbles is actually shower floors, photo stylist Chris Walker and her husband came up with the idea of using them as a kitchen backsplash. They asked their kitchen designer John Petrie, CMKBD, president elect of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, to install it on the walls. "The one-of-a-kind, free-flowing edges of the pebbles not only mimic the flow of soft teal veins in the dark green soapstone countertops," says Walker, "but also…

Although the most common use of these river rock pebbles is actually shower floors, photo stylist Chris Walker and her husband came up with the idea of using them as a kitchen backsplash. They asked their kitchen designer John Petrie, CMKBD, president elect of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, to install it on the walls. "The one-of-a-kind, free-flowing edges of the pebbles not only mimic the flow of soft teal veins in the dark green soapstone countertops," says Walker, "but also…

Ceramic tiles covered in a thin coating of copper comprise this backsplash by Tami Holsten of Bear Trap Design. Although there is a protective coating on top, says Holsten, "Copper is a living material, so it will naturally patina over time. In my opinion, that just makes it more beautiful." When cleaning copper, she recommends using a pH-balanced cleanser as anything acidic will damage the finish.

Ceramic tiles covered in a thin coating of copper comprise this backsplash by Tami Holsten of Bear Trap Design. Although there is a protective coating on top, says Holsten, "Copper is a living material, so it will naturally patina over time. In my opinion, that just makes it more beautiful." When cleaning copper, she recommends using a pH-balanced cleanser as anything acidic will damage the finish.

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