“When we moved into this house almost two years ago, the one thing I really didn’t like (at all) was the kitchen. It’s not set up logically, the cabinet style does not at all go with the house, and it’s very small,” she writes of her ‘before.’
She goes on to describe how easy the project was and concludes, “Would I do this again? In a heartbeat! I still don’t love the kitchen, but it’s SO much better than it was.”
Amy of the Barefooted Designer used our Fasade backsplash tiles in Hammered in Galvanized Steel. These vinyl panels are easily applied with double-sided tape or construction adhesive, whichever you prefer. She then took it a step further by painting them with a metallic paint she likes.
“One of my favorite things is that even though these tiles look convincingly like metal, you can easily pop a nail through it and hang your art or favorite find onto it. Just try doing that on your tile backsplash,” she writes in her post.
We’re impressed with the projects our customers undertake and their finished products. It really is amazing how much an impact a new backsplash can make in just a short amount of time and with only a little elbow grease. They are beautiful!
Our Fasade wall panels were featured in two episodes of the show Restaurant Impossible. Chef Robert Irvine and his team tackled Angelos in Woodstock, Ill., and Edibles (now Hurley’s American Grille) in Horsham, Pa.
According to the show’s website: “Turning around a failing restaurant is a daunting challenge under the best of circumstances. Attempting to do it in just two days with only $10,000 may be impossible. But Chef Robert Irvine is ready to take on the challenge. He’ll channel MacGyver and use a lot of muscle to rescue these desperate places from complete collapse. Can one man, in two days, with just $10,000, turn the tide of a failing restaurant and pave the road to a successful future? Find out as Robert Irvine takes on Restaurant: Impossible.”
Designer Lynn Kegan used our Fasade Rings wall panels for Angelos. He also accented the counter with our Hammered panels. Fasade Waves wall panels were used in the Edibles redo. They both look beautiful. Lynn’s been getting a ton of inquiries from viewers on where you can buy our products so I’ll reiterate that. You can buy them online at DIY Decor Store.
Lynn said he and his crew were pretty amazed at how quick and easy Fasade wall panels are to install, something they appreciated on such a tight schedule. That’s great to hear, since we try to write our installation guides in such a way that even an inexperienced DIY’er will have no problem working with our products. We also have online videos that show the process, if you’re more of a visual learner.
Check out the shows online when you get a chance and let me know what you think in the comments!