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Is there a way to wrap back splash around a wall, half of the cabinet's length?

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I know it's not practical in this example, but I'm asking just in case I ever need to fix this in the future. I'm looking for a way to wrap the back splash around the wall, other than lining up the end of the cabinet with the end of the wall.

 

 

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I know it's not practical in this example, but I'm asking just in case I ever need to fix this in the future. I'm looking for a way to wrap the back splash around the wall, other than lining up the end of the cabinet with the end of the wall.

 

 

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Until just recently I ALWAYS used a molding to create my backsplashes.  I did this for several reasons.  

 

1.  for the exact reason you just cited

2. because I could then select several different materials for the backsplash.

 

using a molding pline is easy peasy......  

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