The vertical part at the rear and sides of a countertop that protects the adjacent wall surface. It is at least 4-inches high.
A vertical surface used to protect the wall behind a sink, stove, or countertop.
The vertical surface at the back of a countertop.
a type of wall-hung lavatory which includes a short apron a the rear to protect the wall.
Material installed above or behind a kitchen countertop, which prevents splashing or spilling of water, or other substances down the wall. Tile, Corian, granite, and Formica are common materials used.
Usually the wall area at the back of a counter extending the full length. Bullnose Tiles Can be called caps. Tiles shaped to define the edges of an installation. Buttering or Back Buttering Applying mortar on stone or tile with the flat edge of a trowel before installation.
A raised integral portion of a wall mount sink or lavatory located at the rear to protect the wall.
A vertical surface designed to protect the wall behind the countertop.
A small strip (usually wood) placed against the wall or on the back of a dry sink or console.
The vertical section at the back of a countertop to protect the wall.
vertical area behind a counter, with or without a sink typically measuring 4" to approximately 18" for a "full" backsplash