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I have been loving my painted kitchen cabinets, and have known that I wanted to eventually get a new backsplash to keep it flowing with the rest of the kitchen. Even though replacing backsplash is not a huge job, I wanted to save money and give it a whirl myself with paint…(because you know, if it can be painted, I want to try it!).
During this process, I use General Finishes Milk Paint in “Antique White” and stencil with “Seagull Gray” (I love that combo of colors too, one of my favorites!). I sealed up my painted backsplash with General Finishes High Performance Top Coat. This is what my kitchen backsplash looked like before… brown tile!
Here are a few videos taking you step by step on how I achieved this finish!
Part two… I got my stencil off Etsy at Pearl Design Studio – tile style number 18. She can customize it for you to the exact size of your tiles!
And here is the finished product! I am absolutely in love! It’s been some months, and I am happy to say that it is holding up great! No scratches or anything, and very easy to clean as well!!! And aren’t the new wall plates for the outlets the perfect touch to my new backsplash?! Enjoy!