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    • Mae Roede

      Stacked pebble tiles bring a nature-inspired texture to this backsplash area. To emphasize the natural look, the homeowners chose not to grout the tiles. Used in the kitchen's beverage center, the pebbles create a unique focal point for the cooking zone; the rest of the kitchen backsplash features a more traditional choice: white ceramic subway tiles.

    • Heidi Neilson

      Cool! "Stacked pebble tiles bring a nature-inspired texture to this backsplash area. To emphasize the natural look, the homeowners chose not to grout the tiles. Not bad...not bad.

    • Michal-Kathryn Studio for Photography

      Cool! "Stacked pebble tiles bring a nature-inspired texture to this backsplash area. To emphasize the natural look, the homeowners chose not to grout the tiles. Used in the kitchen's beverage center, the pebbles create a unique focal point for the cooking zone" Love for bathroom

    • Andrea S.

      Cool! "Stacked pebble tiles bring a nature-inspired texture to this backsplash area. To emphasize the natural look

    • Hillary Wightman

      Image detail for -10 Unique Kitchen Tile Backsplash Ideas

    • Jen Winkelmann

      I kind of like this river rock backsplash idea...

    • Kathy Williams

      Stone tile wall behind sink

    • Bella Monroe

      Stacked pebble backsplash!

    • Ginny Fountain Caminari

      Tumbled stacked stone

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    Neat idea!

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