In the kitchen, your splashback takes up a decent chunk of your visual real estate, so it makes sense to splurge on something beautiful to make it really count.
With such a huge variety of different materials, colours and styles to choose from, your splashback offers you a major opportunity to express your unique style and personality and even the most expensive options are not going to break the bank!
So, without further ado – here is our lowdown on some of the great options for your kitchen splashback:
For a sleek, contemporary finish that is super easy to clean, glass splashbacks are a great choice that will compliment many styles of kitchen. Many companies will match the colour of the glass to your paintwork on request if you cannot find a good match in their standard options. Purchase from standard sizes or have your splashback cut to any size of shape you require.
One of the key benefits of a glass splashback is that it is so incredibly easy to clean, making it a practical and durable choice.
Printed & Illuminated Splashback
An interesting product from www.litetile.co.uk is their printed splashback that is constructed with a lightweight, environmentally friendly, aluminium composite material.
Have your own image or design printed in a matt or super gloss finish and create a unique focal point in your kitchen. Another option is to make a design statement with an illuminated splashback with a choice of single colour or colour changing LEDs. Last, but not least, Litetile now offer a splashback that combines your printed image AND lights! (See their website for fill details).
Whether you opt for panels or a tiled finish, there is no denying that antique mirror splashbacks give a kitchen an elegant edge that can work beautifully with many different styles, fixtures and fittings.
One of the great benefits of this material is its ability to enhance the sense of light and space in your interior.
Perhaps not the most obvious choice of material for a large splashback, however in this Vaulted Kitchen, designed and built by GRK, the granite splashback designed to sit behind the Aga, makes a striking feature that ties in seamlessly with the rest of the space.