Tips & Advice For Making Your Selection

Splashbacks are not only the way to safeguard your walls from the splashes and the spills, they can make an impact as well with a wide range of designs and materials that are on offer now.

The main focal point in most of the kitchens is the work areas like the sink and cooker so what you keep behind on these walls is what leaves an impact on your kitchen design. No doubt there was a time when tiles were the only options but now with a wide range of the materials available in both bespoke and off the peg, including the coloured glass, stainless steel and composites are the options available with us. If you wish to make a real splash then it is better that you go for some dynamic design – like coloured glass, the bold patterned tile or the continuation of the natural granite.



There are most of the splashback materials different from the tiles that may need templating. These are measured precisely by the glass or the stone fitting experts once the kitchen cabinets are in its place. And to take account of the cut-outs for any kind of sockets or the heating controls that you have on the wall. They will be cut precisely then and fitted at the end of the installation process.



The glass splashbacks suit most of the kitchen types and these can add a zing to the simple white or the wooden kitchen in case you go for something colorful while creating an accent. If you are purchasing a glass splashback, ensure that you are choose the toughened and the back painted. In some small spaces, glass is actually a goof way to assist you in boosting the feeling of space because its reflective qualities actually boost up the light. We can also arrange the glass splashbacks to match the colours of your choice so that it personalise the bespoke kitchen design or in order to tie the glass with another element in the room.


So here are some top tips that need to be considered:

Make use of the splashback in order to create a feature wall

Do not forget to consider the ease of cleaning because coloured glass splashbacks are actually easy to wipe down as compared to the grooves in a tiled wall

For the smaller kitchen designs, it is better you choose for a mirror or white giving the illusion of a bigger space


Composite and the Solid Surface

The manufacturers like silestone, corian, caesarstone all of these produce the wall cladding in order to match the worktops so that you can get a seamless look. The composites are actually tough, and some of them like Corean can be formed in any shape without any need for the joins.

At My colour Glass you will get to see a wide range of the splashback options. So there is no need to hesitate in visiting us for the inspiration of your new room. So if you actually desire to make your kitchen one of the most attractive places, we are just a call away!