Friday, March 9, 2012

Loving a Curvy Backsplash

Beautiful shapes add interest to a space.  I love doing a curvy backsplash now and then.  Here are some beauties!

Betty Burges - Atlanta Homes and Lifestyles



trouvais.com



Carrie Hayden - House Beautiful


Traditional Home magazine



via things that inspire blog



Jim Howard via design manifest blog


Elle Decor website - Marshall Erb



Design Galleria Atlanta



Decorpad - Design Galleria Atlanta


I do love a curved slab backsplash!



Aston Design Studio - Butler's Pantry



Aston Design Studio - Powder Bath


Aston Design Studio- Powder Bath


I have a new completed bathroom remodel I'll be posting next week that has a beautiful white onyx curved backsplash.  Can't wait to share it!







6 comments:

Carol@HouseandHomeDefined.com said...

Geeezze you do beautiful work. I love the kitchen backsplash you did with all the gourds in front. It looks like wallpaper to the side, which I'm sure is spectacular in person. That first image you posted is utterly me, my personal taste. I can't scroll back while commenting to see the designer's name again. But brilliant!! Have a happy weekend!

Splendid Sass said...

Carla-
Love all of these images. Just gorgeous, especially the second image. This gives me something else to put in my inspiration folder.
Have a happy weekend.
Teresa
xoxo

Charlotte Skinner said...

Beautiful images Carla! I'm in love with Jim Howard's powder bath and that chain hung mirror.
Thank you for another great post!
Charlotte

Robin said...

These are such beautiful backsplashes and I've done something similar here http://highpointcircle.blogspot.com/2011/04/reveal.html. I'm not a designer, just a person who loves good design. I'm your newest follower too. Thanks for the inspiration!

Kathysue said...

Carla, this is a detail that I absolutely loved and have saved images for future reference. The cobalt sink is gorgeous, had to pin that one!! Great job in your designs, Happy weekend to YOU,
Kathysue

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Carla, Love the first image. That wallpaper is to die for!

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