Want to update your kitchen without a full remodel? A new splashback is the perfect way to add a sleek and contemporary edge to your kitchen without spending a fortune. And who knows what design ideas it will spark for the future? Why not try one of these stunning splashback transformations to add style to your kitchen.
Add a pop of colour
A toughened glass or acrylic splashback is the easy way to inject life and colour into your kitchen. From a sophisticated deep blue to a pop of cherry red, bold colours look stunning and can add real definition and character to the plainest kitchen. Colour is the easiest way to introduce personality in your kitchen – add dynamic yellow for a burst of energy, or combine bands of different colours teamed with white to create a feature splashback. If you don’t have wall cabinets, don’t be afraid to take your splashback all the way to the ceiling.
Paint it black
If you prefer to keep it monochrome and you have a classic white gloss kitchen, nothing looks more effortlessly modern than a black glass splashback. Easy to look after, the clean lines of a glass panel add a much sought after minimalist aesthetic to your kitchen for a timeless update that will never look out of date.
Opt for aqua
Shades of blue are everywhere in kitchens this year, from moody smoky shades for kitchen cabinets to bright Mediterranean blue tiles. If you have a classic wood kitchen, nothing gives it a more subtly modern update than an opaque pale aqua splashback. Pair with plenty of white for a cool, fresh look.
Copper has been creeping into interior design for a few years and it’s becoming a must-have in the kitchen. A copper splashback paired with a granite or marble worktop is the high-end version of this look, but it’s easy to achieve by using paint or wallpaper protected by a clear glass or acrylic splashback. The beauty of this look is that, as trends change, you can simply repaint or repaper your walls before reinstalling your splashback for a total update in just a few hours.