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These were way easy to work with. The hardest part was the measuring and making sure the lines matched up. (I will say, measure twice, cut once 😉 ) They come in 18″x 24″ sheets and I just used utility scissors to cut them. You could use a utility knife as well. They really look so much like real tin! Everyone who I have shown can’t believe they aren’t.
I used liquid nails to attach them to the wall. It didn’t take much because the tension between the cabinets and the granite helps to hold them in place. Easy breezy! 🙂
The color and design adds so much warmth and character to our kitchen. I am sooooo excited with how it turned out! And even more that I did it all by myself…woo hoo 🙂 Also, don’t be afraid to mix finishes and types of wood. You might feel like everything needs to be the same. I’m not a huge fan of matchy matchy. In our kitchen, I have two different stains on my cabinets along with black painted pieces. As well as stainless steel and oil rubbed bronze finishes. Mixing different finishes just adds interest and gives your home it’s own unique feel. Do want feels good to you!
Kristalyn – it’s beautiful and adds so much warmth to your gorgeous kitchen. Fantastic job! I’m about to embark on a scary project too, so thank you for the encouragement!
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Have a great weekend everyone! I’ll see you Sunday evening when I post for the next DIY Show Off Holiday Highlights. Now that holiday decorating and gift ideas are on the priority list, I’d love to see your projects, decoration and ideas!