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Kitchen Splashbacks

How to choose a Kitchen Splashback.

Splashbacks are essential in kitchens, they need to protect the wall against moisture and cooking debris but also add a decorative element. The right splashback can lift your entire kitchen and give it that “WOW” factor.

What is a Kitchen Splashback?
A kitchen splashback is the material on the wall above the sink, cooktop or other benchtop space that protects the wall from oil, grease, splashes, and other kitchen messes that occur when you are cooking or preparing food.

Types of Kitchen Splashbacks
There are many different materials that you can choose from when you are deciding on your kitchen splashback. Each will create a different effect so you need to keep this in mind when making your final decision. Here are some of your choices:

Tiles — tiles are a common splashback material and you can choose between many different shapes, colours and patterns so you can create a truly individualised splashback. However, it can be difficult to keep the grout clean and free of dirt or stains.

Mosiac Splashback

Glass — glass splashbacks are becoming ever more popular as they are extremely hygienic and easy to keep clean , the sleek and seamless surface is the ultimate in elegance without visual interruption. The unlimited colour range makes this the most versatile choice in kitchen splashbacks.Glass Splashback
Stainless steel — stainless steel is a very modern, clean choice for your kitchen splashback and it is another material that is very easy to keep clean. Be aware that it will easily show smudges, fingerprints, water marks and other things if you are not careful.
Stainless Steel Splashback
Stone– stone splashbacks create a seamless look and continuity of colour with the benchtop and with the limited joins and minimal grouting the splashbacks provide a low maintenance, easy to clean surface that can be installed with the benchtop. Stone also features the unique properties of stain, crack, scratch, chemical and heat resistance.Stone Splashback
Mosaic — mosaic tiles can provide a brilliant feature when used as kitchen splashbacks. These are small tiles that are laid in sheet form and you can create some truly stunning effects. There is a lot of grout to keep clean however.


Tile Splashback

Mirror — mirrored splashbacks can really open up the kitchen, the latest in mirror splashback technology eliminates material defects common in toughened mirror splashbacks. You no longer have to put up with dots, watermarks and other defects that detract from the striking beauty of mirror.Mirror Splashback