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Kitchen backsplash ideas: Floral Still life


This amazing painting by  Dutch painter Jan Davidsz. de Heem creates a flower bomb in your kitchen! Never a dull moment!

Dutch painter Jan Davidsz. de Heem (1606-1683/1684) grew up in the Dutch city of Utrecht. Around 1926 he moved to Leiden, where he dedicated most of his time to paint monochromous stil lifes of musical instruments and books. His departure to Antwerp led to a more colourful period in his life. On this particular still life you can also see some small inhabitants between the bright and gorgeous flowers.

This painting is part of the Rijksmuseum collection.

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Kitchen backsplash ideas with a Floral Still life

Have you found one of our kitchen backsplash ideas that you think would look great in your kitchen? Choose one of three sizes that best matches the required backsplash size for your kitchen. The material can be cut to size easily to make the backsplash design fit the back wall. If you have cupboards on the wall but you also want to cover the taller wall section behind the hob, then choose the options with height 70 cm. Excess material can continue behind the cupboards, or you can trim the material to size. For this you can use a sharp box-cutting knife guided along a sturdy metal ruler.

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

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– Adhesive<br>- Test material<br>- Instruction manual

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One of the goals that the Rijksmuseum has set for itself is to release as much data and information online as possible. Over 200.000 images are made available in high resolution. This allows for new artwork to be created based on works from their collection.