I'm giving some thought to the rest of the kitchen tiling, now that you have all sorted out my pantry for me! This kitchen layout is not dissimilar to my layout, with the 2 windows on the far wall and the freestanding stove as a central feature. I have 200x100 white gloss subway tiles on order, for the splashback and the wall where the windows are. I am thinking of doing a similar herringbone pattern to that pictured, just above the stove to under the rangehood. What do you think, girls? Are the tiles too big? I don't want to go to gloss square tiles - don't like them - have to be rectangular.
This is my kitchen as it stands today, waiting for bench tops, paint, beautiful floors, the freestanding hutch, architraves, lights and appliances! Oh, we have a long way to go!
Herringbone or not? Or any other suggestions? A-M xx
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