with no backsplash? I'm having this dilemna of how to handle this right now. My windows are not quite as large, leaving about 2 1/2 inches of wall on each side in the corner. Do I just leave drywall? attempt to squeeze tile in? Add sort of a false casing?
and the backsplash is not needed inbetween the windows, only on either side, where the tile dies into the casing.
Hope it looks better than having a tiny strip of drywall above a tiny strip of backsplash (glass tile) inserted in the corner between the two windows.
Thanks for responding.
handle your backsplash, but in this particular application the mosaic tile runs underneath the window sil and on the left side of the window goes back up to approx. 18" high to match the height underneath the upper cabinets. If you take a look at one of the other images from this project you will see what