5 Stylish Splashback Ideas

A new splashback is a great way to refresh your kitchen. A splashback is both practical and stylish, protecting your kitchen walls, and also adding personality to your space. Splashbacks come in a variety of colours and materials to suit your kitchen’s design. From tile to glass to copper, this blog post looks at 5 kitchen splashback ideas.


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  1. Classic Subway Tile

A white subway or metro tile splashback is a timeless classic that adds a simple and stylish touch to any space. This kitchen design uses white subway tiles to give a bright and spacious feel, then pairs them with grey shaker style units and chic herringbone floor to create the perfect country meets contemporary look.


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  1. Luxurious Marble

Using a luxurious material like marble for your splashback adds a touch of elegance to any kitchen and gives a sophisticated, high-end finish. This design further enhances the premium feel by flowing the splashback material into the work surface to create a stunning modern haven.


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  1. Glossy Glass

A glass splashback is an ideal choice for contemporary kitchens. This glass splashback has a smooth, sleek, and glossy finish that reflects and bounces light around the room to make the kitchen feel brighter and more spacious. The glass splashback is paired with streamlined handleless cabinets to create an ultra-modern space.


Kitchen featured: Newark

  1. Splash of Green

Add a splash of colour to your kitchen by choosing a bold shade for your splashback. This kitchen uses a burst of emerald green to create a statement splashback that adds character and creates an eye-catching backdrop. The deep green complements the grey units and white countertop, each element coming together to create a beautiful and welcoming space.


Kitchen featured: Linea

  1. Striking Copper

Copper is both beautiful and functional, making it a stand-out material for a splashback. The metallic copper accent in this kitchen gives a high-end look and creates a striking focal point. Pair a copper splashback with handleless units and integrated appliances to create a contemporary space and a stunning sanctuary to come home to.


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From subway tile to marble to glass, try these 5 splashback ideas to refresh your kitchen today. For more advice on kitchen design, get in touch and our design experts will help you design your dream kitchen.

The best splashback for your kitchen will be one that’s best suited to your practical needs and individual style. A tiled splashback is a timeless option as it is both easy to clean and makes a style statement.
It’s highly recommended that you have a backsplash in your kitchen as it protects the walls behind work surfaces from moisture and splashes. They are especially useful behind the hob and sink as they also prevent steam and heat from damaging the wall.
Splashbacks are made from all types of materials including classic ceramic tile, sleek glass, luxurious marble, contemporary copper, industrial stainless steel, rustic wood, and bold brick.