If you're looking for some stylish ideas for your kitchen splashback, you've come to the right place. You may be wondering which splashback will compliment your kitchen cabinets best, and how different splashbacks vary in style, colour and material.
Getting a new splashback is a quick way to spruce up your kitchen without having to splash out on an entire new remodel. To inspire your decision we've collected our favourite kitchen splashback styles, which we know will compliment your kitchen cabinets.
A contemporary, clean splashback design. The black glossy splashback is a perfect option for the modern kitchen, especially if you have white cabinets. Having a black accent splashback running across your wall will add a sense of dimension and depth, whilst still reflecting the modern design of the kitchen space. Glass is also really easy to clean and maintain, and is practical in its purpose.
This may sound unusual to most, but implementing a chalkboard style splashback is a great way to add fun into the kitchen, especially if you have children. Matching pretty much any style of kitchen cabinet, the chalkboard splashback is versatile. If you find yourself forgetting the weekly shopping list or your busy work schedule, simply jot it down on the chalkboard. You can also use it as a place to mark recipes you’d like to try. This idea is completely customisable, and adds a brilliant personal touch to any kitchen space.
A timeless classic. Using tiles as a kitchen splashback is fairly common in most homes, most likely due to its chic, classic look (whilst being a relatively cheap option). If you're looking to upgrade from the standard rectangular tiles, consider implementing a chevron pattern. The chevron look has grown to be trendy over the past few years, and is here to stay. You can pick virtually any colour of tile, as long as it compliments your kitchen’s colour palette. If your kitchen is already fairly monochrome, why not spruce it up with an accent colour? You can easily do this with bright, coloured tiles of your choice.
If you're looking to experiment with texture and colour, copper is a great option. A metal splashback, such as copper, boasts high-end qualities and brings a whole new concept to the fashionable copper sink. Copper is not only extremely durable, it is also easy to clean, making it ideal for its purpose. Killing almost 100% of bacteria, antimicrobial materials, such as copper, are great at reducing the risk of illness. A copper splashback is a great option for white kitchens that need an element of tone. If your kitchen is industrial in style, this is also a great splashback for you.
A marble kitchen splashback is a great idea if you're going for the clean, minimalist look in your kitchen. If your kitchen is one single colour, adding marble will add texture and depth in your space. You can also use quartz, which is less expensive, on your worktops and then use the marble on the splashback. However, if you're not careful marble can stain, so consider this beforehand.
If you’re looking for some new kitchen cupboard doors to complement your new splashback, make sure to get in touch with our team!