Lori Dennis Blanco Ceramic Pencil Liner

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The Lori Dennis Collection for Tile Bar is an alluring new ceramic series consisting of soft, subtle hues of white and blue with hints of something more beneath the surface. Artisanal qualities blend with a casual, coastal collection, making for a unique and truly one-of-a-kind design.


Lori Dennis is a top interior designer, speaker, best selling author, star of HGTV’s “The Real Designing Women” and founder of Design Campus, the nation’s leading interior design summit.  She specializes in green, luxury and high end, interior architecture. Lori develops lines in home decor, furniture, lighting and fabrics for global brands. Under her direction, the design teams in Los Angeles, New York and Miami work on projects internationally.

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0.5" x 11.73"
White Body Ceramic
8 mm
Residential Use
Wall Only
Commercial Use
Wall only

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Jennifer S on Jul 5, 2018
Jennifer S on Jul 5, 2018
to place on end the backsplash and frame around oven backsplash
Susan B on Mar 24, 2017
to place on end the backsplash and frame around oven backsplash
Susan B on Mar 24, 2017
Can this be used to transition between the counter and the backsplash ?
Heather M on Jul 19, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I wouldn't use them as a transition, since they are very delicate and easily cracked. I used it on the end edge of the backsplash where the backsplash ends at the edge of the counter to the cabinet. It gives a finished look as opposed to a rough backsplash only edge. Also typically used at the tile edge of shower bathroom tiles for the finished look.