236,751 backsplash outlet Home Design Photos

Virtus Design
7 Reviews
Pre-War Apartment
Ideabooks1,579
Questions2
Backsplash with no outlets - they go under
interesante para no poner outlets en backsplash
Under-counter lighting and plugs keep the backsplash clean
Backsplash acne? No outlets to be seen
Thanks to the advent of undercabinet power strips, “backsplash acne” (outlets installed every few feet across the face of a backsplash) can be a thing of
Thanks to the advent of undercabinet power strips, “backsplash acne” (outlets installed every few feet across the face of a backsplash) can be a thing of the past, freeing designers to create unbroken expanses of color or elaborate, uninterrupted designs. The only downside: You have to unplug appliances
“Thanks to the advent of undercabinet power strips, “backsplash acne” (outlets installed every fe” — lzaitsoff
K & K Custom Cabinets LLC
5 Reviews
Low Country
Ideabooks931
Questions2
Love this kitchen! I've always been drawn to the warmth of brick as a backsplash, but I've been concerned about its maintenance. Is brick hard to keep clean, especially behind a stove or is there a way you can treat it? What
Undercabinet lighting & outlets. Brick backsplash
Remember do not put outlets on brick walls
“Removing the outlets from the brick backsplash will most certainly improve the overall look and help convey a more convincing look,” Dennee says. He recommends moving the backsplash electrical outlets
“Removing the outlets from the brick backsplash will most certainly improve the overall look and help convey a more convincing look,” Dennee says. He recommends moving the backsplash electrical outlets up high, set horizontally, or using Plugmold-style strip outlets if possible. (Be sure to
“Brick” — Sol Kanthack
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Michael & Gae
Ideabooks254
Questions3
how is backsplash positioned around window?
glass backsplash, outlets were moved to a strip
Outlets mounted to wall under cabinet
undercabinet outlet strip and under cabinet lighting
Don't care for the kitchen but I like the idea of moving the outlets to a strip hidden underneath the
style, not the wood, glass backsplash, soapstone...I keep coming back to that
glass backsplash, sleek cabinets, power strips under upper cabinets
Alder wood cabinets stained to look like maple. Hardware, glass backsplash
outlets on a strip under the cabinets
The glass backsplash was inspired by a photo Whitener saw in a magazine. Outlets were moved to a strip hidden underneath the cabinets to preserve the clean, uninterrupted surface. The countertops are soapstone, and the handcrafted cabinets are alder wood that was stained to look like maple. GW: Alder
“Backsplash,outlets” — stylist1986
Modern Kitchen
Ideabooks3,132
Questions3
Please tell about the glass backsplash--beautiful!
due to the proximity to the heat element. It can be custom colored any color, and fabricated with holes for outlets, switchplates, or - in this case - faucets. We can even create custom outlet and switchplates to match. Quality points to look for: 1) Starphire low-iron glass is recommended as the
Solid glass backsplash with outlets in the cabinet bottoms?
back painted glass backsplash - would like a seaglass blue/green color in new kitchen
glass backsplash - outlets just floating there?
“Glass” — melchat3
Exquisite Kitchen Design
12 Reviews
Congleton Kitchen
Ideabooks1,255
Questions3
It is very neat that the designer pay attention to the electrical outlet too. How can you get the same tiles look to cooperate with the backsplash?
Thank you for your comment and question. The outlet cover is simply painted by a good decorative painter. All the best to you!
Great detail on this countertop backsplash
Very nice idea for outlet and light switch
backsplash and faux painted outlet cover
cool backsplash + outlet is actually painted to match tile
love the backsplash and the camoflauged outlet cover
Camouflage it. Chances are that hiding the electrical switches won't be all that easily done. In those cases, especially where the switch is in a tiled backsplash, some camouflage will hide it in plain sight. Just take care that the person doing the camouflaging gets the colors and patterns just right.
“paint options for backsplash outlets” — sailnmuffin
Robert Legere Design
28 Reviews
Wesley Grove Condominium Kitchen
Ideabooks11,504
Questions7
cabinet has a light rail? thanks! btw, love the backsplash too!
The tile backsplash is fantastic. Where can I get it?
I only have one outlet under the cabinet
Backsplash is beautiful, where is it from and what is it called?
What is that strip of outlets called and where can I get it? thanks! And what kind of undercabinet lights?
cabinets No point if we're not replacing backsplash
électricité dans le haut du backsplash
electrical outlets not on the back splash, out of the way, does not interrupt beauty
Backsplash would be pretty in a bathroom
counter lighting with added outlets..(great idea)
all across your lovely backsplash. If, however, you tend to keep your countertop appliances plugged in, you may not enjoy seeing the cords dangle down from underneath your cabinets.
“make sure we have lighting under cabinet” — bjkdr
Bud Dietrich, AIA
11 Reviews
a symphony of parts - the kitchen
Ideabooks4,652
Questions1
Electrical outlets at the island are concealed behind flip down doors. Published in Womans Day magazine, this home was also an Association of Licensed Architects national design award winner. More photos of this project can be found at ... Photography by Mike Kaskel
hide the outlet in the island?
another great way to hide electric outlet in island
Hiding outlets in wet bar and bathroom
Hide outlet in trap door on an island
Another idea for hiding outlets or switches on
modern life. If you want your kitchen to perform at peak capacity, you need to plan in your power needs. Your island and backsplash need outlets, but you don't necessarily want to see them breaking up a beautiful tile design or cabinetry panel. Plan ahead.
“Hidden outlets in kitchen island” — Megan Wright
QMA Architects & Planners
15 Reviews
Cabinets, Kitchens and Bathrooms
Ideabooks1,695
Questions4
Hello, lovely kitchen. What system did you use to hide so nicely the electrical outlets? How did that go, are you happy with the end result? Thank you.
Lovely backsplash. Can you share specifics? Thanks!
In order to hide the numerous electric outlets required in new homes from view and to let the beautiful glass subway tile backsplash extend uninterrupted we utilized a linear plug mold system mounted where the wall meets the bottom of the
Backsplash -- glass tile, great color
kitchen outlet on back bottom of upper cabinets "linear plug mold system
continuation of backsplash behind the hood
love the backsplash tile - colour
“tile” — srhammer1
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