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  • LaRae Sleeter

    hang a wooden bracket, painted to match kitchen cabinet, beneath the cabinet to cover the end of the tile when the wall continues and your cabinet ends

  • Sandra Carleton

    Idea to end the back splash where the cabinet ends but the wall doesn't (mom's house)

  • Erica Weiler

    Kitchen backsplash ideas - where to end the tile and begin the painted wall.

  • Jessica Rice

    Faux Support, for when your back splash ends, but the wall doesn't. 19/24 Kitchen Decorating Ideas.

  • Megan Perez

    how to end a #tile #backsplash

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