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L Rovig - I recently bought a small condo w/ a tiny dark kitchen. I added an oyster shell tile backsplash and the change in the light from the reflection made the tiny, battery operated under-cabinet lights superfluous.

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Wow gorgeous!

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Hello, downsizing:-).


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