Wood Trim Behind the Range

Wood Trim Behind the Range

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Regina Yunghans
Jun 30, 2011

Now here's a new way to finish that wall area behind the range! We've seen mirrors, framed glass, and of course your standard tile backsplash. But the piece of wood trim behind this range is a wonderful way to finish things off.

Especially for those of you who can never seem to push their range back far enough against the wall (gas line installed a little too far forward?), this little piece of wood trim is a great answer. It looks so finished and will easily make any gap smaller. We also love how this trim matches the wood countertops on either side of the range. Check out the rest of the kitchen (a lot of it is surprisingly IKEA) at Southern Living.

Related: An Unexpected Use of Wood: The Backsplash

(Image: Tria Giovan/Southern Living)

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