The kitchen backsplash was replaced yesterday, so there’s no gap between the countertop and the tile. Long-time readers may recall that the original backsplash was discolored wallpaper.
Now the tiles will match the counter and cupboards, although I lost my hand painted fruit tiles.
The project wasn’t without glitches. Because there are no bullnose tiles, the tiler attempted to finish the edges near the window with some fancy cutting. It would have looked great if the window were centered and outlets didn’t force him to cut away at odd angles.
Instead, the tile looked uniformly wonderful at both ends and turned into a jigsaw puzzle in the middle. I contacted the business owner and she agreed that running the tiles to the edge will look better. I’ll have to paint the edges when I repaint the windowsill and recess.
The master bath is in progress. The broken tile, chipped sink, and rusty bathtub were eyesores. (Not to mention baths became impossible when the switch to stop up the bath got stuck last year.) So it was an exciting project.
On Tuesday it became even more exciting because La Casa de Tontería (aka The House of Nonsense) was built by the infamous Jerkface MacGuyver.
I’ll keep you posted. (Literally.)