A splashback is a simple yet extremely effective device for protecting walls from excessive water damage. By installing a splashback in high usage areas in the kitchen – for example around the sink – the water that would normally sit on the wall is repelled. Splashbacks around the stove are also very effective at repelling stains from cooking that would otherwise seep into the wall. In addition depending upon the material used to build the splashback they can serve both a decorative function providing a “splash” of color to a home as well as allowing for simpler and easier cleaning.
Previously glass splashbacks were seen primarily in glossy fashion and home design magazines and based on their price they were not really something used in most households, however that has changed and utilizing a glass splashback is now no longer reserved only for showroom kitchens but is being seen in homes throughout the country. Glass splashbacks are available in various designs, colors, shapes and looks, so they are able to fit in any home, regardless of the decor.
Countertop: The perimeter countertop is Stainless steel and island is Quantum Quartz. Splash backs are laminated glass.
Images 1 & 2: Andrew Dee @ Wonderful Kitchens” Willoughby“.
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