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P7236398 For Dave

P7236398 For Dave

It's too narrow for the decorate tile trims we've seen in a tile store. Looking for a fill-in suggestion.

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Bob Patton27-Aug-2012 04:18
I think a composite mixture of grease and crumbs, and maybe a little corn meal, makes a pretty good gap-filler, but what you've done looks a heck of a lot better.
Dave Hein25-Jul-2012 07:12
I tend to think that your best option may be to cover the gap with a set on backsplash. The existing tile could stay as it is. The backsplash could be a strip of granite to match the countertop, or something a little different as an accent. But I think that's the way I would go. I don't think anything in the gap would either work or look very good.