Statement Kitchen Splashbacks

Splashbacks are the ideal solution for protecting your kitchen walls from grease, stains and splashes. They’re not only practical but can instantly add style and functionality to your kitchen. They can easily accentuate your décor scheme.

Choosing a splash back with a similar colour to your worktops and cabinets will give an airy feel. While choosing contrasting colours will be great for adding dimension. There’s so many different splashback options such as tiles, glass and marble. So, I’ve rounded up a few of my favourite styles which would add the ‘wow’ factor to any kitchen.

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Tiles

Although tiles are a typical traditional choice of splashback in kitchens, the style is ever evolving and there are so many different finishes and designs that you can really add some personality with. The metro/subway style tiles are so popular right now! I’d love them in our kitchen. There’s so many options of placement with subway tiles too. The herringbone style has got to my favourite at the moment though.

Mirror Splashbacks

Mirrored splashbacks bounce light around the room and instantly make your kitchen appear brighter. I recently discovered CreoGlass who design a wide range of splashbacks. Their splashbacks are both impact and heat resistant with a highly reflective finish. They would be ideal for adding some extra light into our kitchen. I love their toughened mirror glass splashback in bronze especially. They are also available in a plain and a grey tint.

Glass Splashbacks

Glass splashbacks have a smooth and sleek look which would go perfectly with modern kitchen designs. Whether you use them just behind your hob or or all round your worktops. They can be a real main focal point in the kitchen.

Anyone else thinking of switching up or adding a splashback into their kitchen?

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