Can you redo tile backsplash without removing the tile.
We recently bought an older home and I want to change my counter tops and backsplash in my kitchen. My husband doesn't know how to remove tile backsplash and also doesn't want to. Our home is 47 years old and EVERYTHING in it is the original item from when it was built. From paint to carpet, so we are slowly doing one project at a time. I have MS and a muscle disorder so I can't do a lot to help but I am going crazy in my kitchen. I'm not an artistic person so I need helpful advice in that area as well. We are doing a beach/island motif through out our home. Light colors, seashells, light houses etc...so any ideas would be awesome.
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