During the '50s, when stick-on tiles and other of today's conveniences were unavailable, backsplashes showcased kitchen collections. Jell-O and other molds covered sections of kitchen walls as did hot pad and trivet arrangements. Small curtain rods placed on the wall exhibited groups of embroidered linen dish towels. Shelves and shadow boxes displayed salt and pepper shakers, mugs and what-not collections. Wall plate holders displayed pieces of the Sunday china. Brightly colored oil cloth tacked to the wall served as easy-wipe coverings.
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Huh? Tiles were used on backsplashes in kitchens and bathrooms during the 50's. Just because stick and peel tiles didn't exist during the 50's doesn't mean tiles weren't used for backsplashes. Now stop wasting everyone's time spamming the board with your advertising and go do your homework.
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