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Kitchen splashback Ayutthaya

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Kitchen splashback Ayutthaya.

The Wat Phra Mahathat (Temple of the Great Relic) is one of the oldest temples in Ayutthaya (late 14th century). The temple was the center of religious ceremonies and a tribute to King Ramesuan, who lived from 1388 – 1395. The temple was also his residence.

Special is the stone head of Buddha that is overgrown by the roots of an ancient strangler fig (Banyan). Thais worship this place which they consider sacred. Bring a serene ancient atmosphere to your kitchen with this Ayutthaya kitchen backsplash!

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Kitchen back wall Ayutthaya

Choose one of the three sizes of the Ayutthaya kitchen back wall which fits best on your kitchen back wall. The material is easy to tailor to your kitchen splashback wall. If you have top cabinets and you want to cover the space at the hood optimally, opt for the 70 cm height. You can process the material behind the kitchen cabinets or make cutouts. Use a sharp breek and a good metal cutting ruler.

Additional information

Size

305 x 50 cm, 305 x 70 cm, 400 x 70 cm

Packaging content

– Glue
– Test material
– Manual

Vendor Name

John Kraft
John Kraft (Mook Middelaar 1964) has, next to "Studio Hans Götze", attended the art academie (ARTEZ, graphic design) in Arnhem.
As a commercial photographer he has been working for years for different advertising agencies, companies and magazines. Since 2007 he has been shooting mainly free work, next to his work as a photographer for  SoWhat-design. For more information visit: www.johnkraft.nl.

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