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Kitchen Splashbacks: Styles To Consider When Renovating 

Kitchen Splashbacks: Styles To Consider When Renovating 

The splashback is the one area of a kitchen renovation where you can truly express yourself. It also serves a practical purpose by shielding your walls from spills and providing a wipe-clean surface. Here are some of the most popular kitchen splashback designs to help you decide which one is best for your space.

Glass splashbacks

Glass splashbacks are a popular option for modern kitchens. They are simple to clean, long-lasting and reflect light, making your kitchen appear brighter and more spacious. You can choose between clear and tinted glass, as well as options with printed designs. The glass splashback provides a sleek, minimal appearance that can complement any décor.

Coloured glass splashbacks

Another type of glass splashback is the coloured glass variant, which as the name suggests, is available in a range of different colours. Coloured glass splashbacks can be used to create a bold and vibrant kitchen space or a more subdued and classier look – it all comes down to your personal preference and the colours you choose to use. 

If you’re stuck on what colours to choose, a good rule of thumb is to match the splashback colour with one of the predominant colours in your kitchen. One of the great things about coloured glass splashbacks is that they can help to tie together all the different elements in your kitchen. If you have a lot of different colours going on, a coloured splashback can help to create a cohesive look. If you have a mainly neutral kitchen, adding a splash of colour with your splashback can really help to brighten things up and add some personality to your space.

Reflective splashbacks

Mirrored splashbacks may be a good choice for those who have a small kitchen as the reflective surface will make it appear larger and brighter. The reflective surface will also help to bounce light around your kitchen, giving it a more vibrant and bright appearance. Reflective splashbacks can also be used effectively in larger spaces and look particularly great in modern kitchens.

Marbled glass splashbacks

Marbled splashbacks can transform your kitchen into a work of art. Glass veining can help to add depth and dimension to your space and will add a sense of sophistication. Marbled glass is a popular option for those who want to add a touch of luxury to their kitchen.

Textured glass splashbacks

Textured glass splashbacks are a great option if you’re looking for something a little different. They can add interest and dimension to your kitchen, with textures ranging from geometric patterns to natural stone finishes. They are ideal for those looking to add a one-of-a-kind touch to their kitchen.

Matt glass

Also known as non-reflective glass, can be used to achieve that sleek, minimalist aesthetic. Works especially well in small spaces because it creates the illusion of more space. It’s also a low-maintenance option as it does not require regular cleaning like other glass splashback finishes.

TDM Glass & Aluminium specialises in glass splashbacks and is South East Queensland’s leading expert. We service Brisbane, the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. Years of experience in the glass and glazing industry, we can assist you in finding the ideal splashback. For a free quote, contact us today on (07) 3390 3550

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