Serving both a practical and aesthetic purpose, splashbacks are an integral part of your overall kitchen design.
With so many varied surfaces and styles to choose from, here are some of our favourite splashback looks.
A practical and elegant option, Caesarstone requires minimal grouting and little maintenance in comparison to other materials. Virtually non-porous and resistant to mould and mildew, Caesarstone is ideal for use in wet areas and feature applications.
With a range of textures and colours to choose from, it’s now easier than ever to gain a lux look for less with laminate. Not only is the affordable surface easy to maintain but with the right design, can flawlessly mimic woodgrain, metal and stone finishes.
Although once considered the most obvious choice and perhaps the most common splashback option, tiles offer the chance to be daring and unique. With a variety of materials, colours, sizes and shapes to choose from, the design and style combinations of tiled splashback are literally in the thousands. From herringbone and subway layouts to chevron patterns and penny tiles, the possibilities are endless.
Treated in the same way as toughened glass, a mirrored splashback is safe to use behind your cooktop and will create a sense of spaciousness in your kitchen. Whilst bouncing light and reflection around the room, they create a dramatic look and a gorgeous sense of space. They’re especially appropriate where a beautiful view can be reflected.