Products I Love! - Fasade Backsplash

If you are looking for a quick and economical way of updating your backsplash without tearing tile out, this is a great option! We recently updated our kitchen with a new quartz countertop, it's beautiful but didn't leave much room in the budget for a new backsplash. We were also left with a gap between our new counters and the existing tile backsplash. So rather than deal with taking the old tile off and repairing any damage to the drywall, we opted for Fasade.

Here's a link to their website where you can check out all the options available.                     http://fasadeideas.com/applications/backsplash/backsplash-gallery

It's a great product that comes in various colors and styles, even a paintable option. The install is really easy too. You can use double sided tape or glue the panels on. I definitely recommend gluing them on so you don't have to worry about the tape coming loose over time.

Here's a look at our finished project....

Kitchen finished

Colette

Would you like cream with your coffee?

I love how this coffee corner turned out! In this client's home, we were faced with a corner in the kitchen that didn't really serve a purpose. The problem was, we really needed it to be used as a functional space because the kitchen was pretty small to start with.  We were lacking storage space, but most of all we were lacking counter space for items like the coffee maker and microwave.

So here's what we did with the space.....

coffee bar before

This is what we were dealing with before the reno, not very pretty or functional.

coffee bar afterAs you can see, we found the coffee maker and microwave the perfect home without sacrificing any counter space.  All the coffee and tea is stored in the drawers and everything you need to start your morning right is one place. The corner also got a lot cuter :)

What are some areas in your home that lack function or vision? I'll bet we can come up with a creative way to use that space just like we did here.

Colette