Half Way, OR: Pat & Patti WalkerRustic Kitchen, Boise
Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2013 Houzz
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5. Backsplash beauty. A stylish backsplash made of tin tiles is at once a fresh reimagining of a historical material and an updated alternative to more conventional tile designs. It’s wise to choose a product made of stainless steel to prevent rust, and the best news is that it’ll coordinate equally well with your stainless steel appliances or upgraded vintage-inspired appliances like this cornflower-blue range from Lacanche.
2. Souvenir tile trim in Halfway, Oregon. A pressed-tin backsplash sets the stage for a showstopping royal blue Lacanche range in Pat Barrett and Patti Walker’s Oregon kitchen. But the first thing the couple bought for the kitchen was the Mexican tile running along the bottom of their backsplash. They got it on a trip to Juarez. “And that was when I had no idea what the kitchen was going to look like,” Walker says. Read more about this rustic 1874 cabin home
A pressed-tin backsplash sets the stage for a showstopping royal-blue Lacanche range. The Mexican tile trim at the base of the backsplash was a purchase on a Juarez trip. They were the first things the couple bought for the kitchen, Walker says. "And that was when I had no idea what the kitchen was going to look like."