If you want a clean and consistent look in your kitchen, choose colours that are similar to your worktops and cabinets, as this will tie the whole design together. Splashbacks are a great way to accentuate you're a decor scheme and can be used to add coherency to a design.
Alternately, if you're looking to make a statement with your splashbacks, opt for patterned tiles or a contrasting colour to add another accent to your decor.
A splashback should be both stylish and functional, it's there to protect your kitchen walls and work area, as well as complete the look so it needs to be durable, waterproof, non-flammable and easy to clean. Here are some of the most popular option for splashbacks:
- Rhino Glass
Rhino Glass is a very popular choice for kitchens at the moment and it's available in a wide range of colours so it can be used in almost any design. It has a smooth and sleek appearance which will perfectly complement modern designs, particularly a handleless, streamlined look. As well as being incredibly stylish, it's also a practical choice as there are no crevices or joints to collect dirt or water, so it's easy to keep clean and hygienic.
Tiles have been the traditional choice for many homeowners over the years as they provide a beautiful and long-lasting look. They're available in a huge variety of styles and finishes, from sleek modern designs, to patterned options that will really give your kitchen that wow factor.
- Tek Wall
Tek Wall, like Rhino Glass, is a solid fixture without any cracks or joints, making it really simple to keep clean. It comes in a huge selection of colours and styles to complement your work surfaces and give your kitchen that seamless, streamlined finish.
If you're still struggling to visualise the space, why not try our kitchen design tool? Use the tool to experiment with different styles, colour and materials, to help decide which splashbacks will work best in your kitchen.