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Splashbacks

Splashbacks are a practical and attractive addition to many people’s homes, adding a modern and stylish feature to kitchen and bathrooms. They’re available in a range of materials, from glass and stainless steel to plastic, depending on the look you want to achieve. The versatility and hardwearing nature of plastic makes it a great material to use for splashbacks, as it is impact-resistant, hygienic and won’t shatter.

What colours are available?

Colour is one of the most important factors when it comes to choosing a splashback – whether you have an established colour scheme or want to update a room with a new one, the right colour sets a certain mood and makes a statement. From primary, secondary and tertiary colours to monochrome and pastel shades, there is a wide variety of options to choose from. In addition to virtually every colour imaginable, you also have the option of transparent or opaque plastic sheets, and mirrored plastics that reflect light into a room. 

Where can you use splashbacks?

Splashbacks can be cut to any size, making it flexible to your needs. You can use it in the kitchen to protect the walls around the work surfaces, behind the sink to prevent against water splashes or behind the cooker to stop cooking spills from staining the walls. Use them in the bathroom as an easy-to-clean surface around the shower and bath, sink or toilet. You can even use splashbacks in utility rooms to keep dirt, water or soap from damaging or staining your walls. 

Fitting splashbacks

Splashbacks are surprisingly easy and quick to fit, as they’re lightweight and can be fixed in large sheets if necessary. Once you’ve checked the surface for any obvious bumps or hollows in the wall, you can fit the splashback directly to the wall using either screws or a solvent-based adhesive which you simply allow to dry for 24 hours. This ease of use makes it an ideal project for DIY’ers and means you can update your kitchen or bathroom in just a short space of time.