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Tiles kitchen splashback design - blue Portuguese seamless tiles alternative

Portuguese tiles kitchen splashback design | blue

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In the southern Portuguese town “Santa Luzia” John Kraft photographed many antique tiles. After some digital editing they are perfect to add a subtle oriental atmosphere on your kitchen splashback!

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Portuguese tiles kitchen splashback design alternative

Looking for an alternative for tiles in your kitchen? This design is a great and innovative solution. 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. You can use a sharp box-cutting knife guided along a sturdy metal ruler.

The tiles will have a size of about 7 x 7 cm. For this design you can combine the different measurement options, as the tiles line-out evenly at the bottom of the design. If you haven an L-shaped kitchen with height difference, you can choose size 305 x 70 cm for the taller part and combine this with size 305 x 50 cm for the lower part.

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Additional information

Size

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

Package contents

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

Vendor Name

John Kraft
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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