173,370 cork backsplash Home Design Photos

CG&S Design-Build
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Cool House Tour 2008
Ideabooks17,084
Questions8
Do you need to wash the corks and dry them in the sun prior to making a cork backsplash wall?
That cork wall is so cool
The corks are laid out in alternating angles so there will be some spaces at the top and bottom of the design which I can fill in with glass or marbles. What would you use for backing (to attach the corks on? I don't want to attach the corks directly to the wall. I'm planning to do 1/2" border at
great cork backsplash! Who makes this, and does it come in any other-than-natural colors?
Were the corks applied directly to the wall or was something put over the wall before applying?
A piece of quarter inch luan plywood with a glued and stapled sheet of 1/16" cork. The cork to cork should give you the uniform
“Cork backsplash” — jaclynhay
Chris A. Dorsey Photography
Michelle Konar's Upper West Side Studio
Ideabooks582
Questions1
Rolls of cork can be cut and painted,
insulation from painted cork wall tiles
this is a very cute, affordable alternative to a backsplash for either a kitchen or bathroom
This is cork, finished to look like tile.
Aqua tile color backsplash is fresh & cheery!
cork can be stained -- looks like tiles
rolls of cork can be cut
colorful cork tiles to her wall using simple 3M adhesive strips, which she can remove easily when she moves. The small size means she needed to use only one adhesive strip to attach piece, and the tiles can still expand and contract. This creative cork backsplash allows her to display various paper mementos
Cork's gorgeous natural grain can be tinted and stained by manufacturers to create patterned and colorful finishes. Rolls of cork can be cut and painted, as for the backsplash in this novel kitchen.
“easy put up and take down backsplash” — toftklar
Regina L. Pace
Cork and Split Face Travertine Backsplash
Ideabooks1,896
Questions1
Cork and Split Face Travertine Backsplash
between a cork and stacked stone backsplash for my wet bar! I'm guessing this is highly customized - or can my local professional do it?
of the corks can vary compared to the stone. Is it a large area?
clever backsplash for butler pantry/bar area
Wine corks used as tiles to cover walls or as a backsplash
Kitchen: backsplash for wine service area.
The use of natural cork on walls
kitchen backsplash! Cork is a durable but flexible material that has dozens of uses. Designer Regina Pace used it in this kitchen backsplash. This kitchen was built on a budget, so Pace wanted to make sure it looked nice while still keeping it affordable. She spiced up the look of the space by combining
“Cork used in backsplash” — motherfuller
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4 Reviews
Novenstein
Ideabooks1,491
Questions2
Beautiful. What is the backsplash? Thanks!
Cork back splash!!! The stain of this wood matches the stain of the kitchen island.
countertop and cork backsplash tiles make it a joy to play bartender here.
Bar area- Cork backsplash tiles? Funky!
Cabinet counter color combo and backsplash
What do you like about this photo? Cork backsplash
countertop and cork backsplash tiles make it a joy to play bartender here.
“Wine racks on sides” — vvmhouse
Jenn Hannotte / Hannotte Interiors
2 Reviews
My Houzz: suspension of disbelief
Ideabooks389
Questions2
This is such an imaginative space - thanks for sharing! I wanted to ask about the cork backsplash - what did you use to seal it? Just a standard urethane, or...? Brand name would also be helpful, tx.
love the cork backsplash. I'm wondering how easy it is to clean.
For the dark cabinet area...cork flooring backsplash
How about cork on wall in bathroom as accent??
Cork flooring backsplash in the funky TO home - brilliant!
I like the cork floor backsplash. I wonder how it would clean up?
cabinets. A cork flooring backsplash adds warmth and contrasts the cold concrete countertop and stainless steel cabinets.
“suspended table” — sandra150
Harry Braswell Inc.
1 Review
Expanded Entertainment Kitchen
Ideabooks170
Questions0
Wine corks as tile on stove wall?
Cork Backsplash. Looks bad with too many outlets, lights, phone jack, etc.
Need to replace light switch plates with cork ones or bronze finish-PB
Probably don't have enough collected, but good use of corks
Wine Cork Backsplash
next to oven backsplash
Backsplash I envisioned for bar
Wine cork back splash
backsplash for wine bar
Lovely cork wine idea
Cork idea...Cork wall...Cork backsplash...Wine cork...Cork board...Cork backsplash
“Wine cork backsplash” — jeannevh
lovetodecoratehomes
Tammy Hoffman
Ideabooks206
Questions2
Were the corks glued directly to the wall? Or was something applied to the wall before application? Getting ready to start a project of creating an entire cork wall in my dining room but I am unsure if I want to apply the corks directly to the wall...
Love the wine cork backsplash. Definitely looks better with dark stained wood cabinets.
to use cork switch plates or something so all the outlets don't stand out too much
“Cool ideas” — chgjr
Gravell & Company
Addition 1
Ideabooks97
Questions1
The backsplash is made of wine bottle corks glued to the wall on a horizontal staggered joint.
bunch of corks to start. I bet we used 1500 corks in this backsplash. Contact your local bars and restaurants and ask them if they have any extra. So to install, get some sort of fast set construction adhesive, we used Loctite's Power Grab in this case. On the bottom rows to get started, I'd apply the
to each cork, I'd just run a line of adhesive right above the previous row and then just press the corks into it. Again, very simple. It's not going to be perfect because there are a ton of different size corks. We applied this right to the drywall, stuck just fine.
to each cork, then install by simply just pressing against the wall. I'd go row by row staggering each row like you'd install a staggered joint tile. If one needed a trim, like at the end of a row, just use a utility knife to trim. I'd go up 5 rows at a time and let set up for a while so they didn't
“Cork backsplash” — farpoint
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