Your splashback is often the last decision made when designing a kitchen, yet as it makes such an impact and has the ability to completely alter the look and feel of a space, we believe it is imperative to the overall kitchen design to get it right.
With numerous options available it can be overwhelming to narrow down to just one, hence we are seeing many beautiful kitchen designs with a mix of one or more splashback materials to give an added dimension to a kitchen.
A window splashback is a great way of bringing the outside in by connecting your kitchen and outdoor spaces, as well as allowing natural light to flood into the space.
Tiles are a versatile option to add texture and movement to a kitchen. With countless sizes, shapes, patterns and colours to choose from, adding a tiled splashback is an easy and effective way to give a plain kitchen a lift or add character to the space.
Painted glass splashbacks in one continuous surface are easy to clean, and often used to mute the splashback creating a seamless flow. The use of a tinted mirror is a nice alternative to the painted glass and is available in an array of colours. This is perfect for use in a small space to open up the room or bring reflections in, whether that be natural light, views or simply the ability to interact with guests when entertaining by looking into the mirror splash back.
We are seeing the use of stone splashbacks more and more. Whether it is to marry into the benchtops or as a contrast to make a feature, it is an easy to clean material that can give your kitchen the wow factor.
With an abundance of options at your fingertips, why not let one of our professional kitchen designers help you select the perfect splashback for your individual space.
Call smarterBATHROOMS+ today on 1300 662 838 to discuss your particular needs.