Splashback Ideas for Your Next Sydney Home Kitchen Renovation18 May 2023
When it comes to Sydney home kitchen renovations, splashbacks are an essential element that can enhance the look and feel of your kitchen.
Splashbacks not only protect your walls from spills and splashes but also add an aesthetic appeal to your kitchen. There are several splashback ideas that you can consider for your next Sydney home kitchen renovation, such as using tiles, glass, mirrors, or even a custom-made mural. Each option offers a unique style and finishes that can complement your kitchen’s design and overall look. So, whether you’re looking to create a bold statement or add a subtle touch of elegance, splashbacks are an excellent way to enhance the beauty and functionality of your kitchen during a home renovation.
A kitchen splashbackis available in a variety of design ranges. While some materials are more expensive than others, if the area to be clad is modest, selecting a high-end material will not break the bank and may provide that critical wow factor. Going huge scale has certain advantages.
Whatever your budget, style, or cleaning schedule, you have a backsplash choice.
Toughened Glass Splashback
Toughened glass may be painted in various colours on the back. Although painted glass has some opacity, it should be observed that if holes are left in the wall, these may be seen through the backsplash and should be addressed before installation. If the background is only one colour, marks will appear. Shadows from more opaque splashes may enhance visibility. Glass splashbacks complement any kitchen design. Lights aimed towards your glass backsplash may provide ambience, a wow factor, and a feeling of elegance to your space.
Printed/Patterned Glass Splashback
Toughened safety glass may be utilised closer to gas cooktops than other materials. Ticking the safety box is only the beginning. Patterned glass is moisture and heat-resistant, and it can withstand the numerous rigours of culinary use. The printed glass design adds flair and serves as camouflage, resulting in a clean appearance even with a few olive oil splashes and condensation that occur naturally in a well-used kitchen. Cleaning is simple with a microfiber cloth; no cleaning products are required.
Stainless steel may be extremely difficult to clean to achieve a consistent appearance. Much of the stainless steel on kitchen equipment, such as refrigerators, has an easy clean coating to reduce streaks. Stainless steel splashbacks, in general, do not have such a coating. While stainless steel is simple to clean and disinfect, achieving a streak-free look is tough.
Granite/Marble – Natural Stone
Natural stone has been the top option for Mediterranean kitchen worktops for ages. It is tough, non-combustible, and moisture-resistant, and its inherent veining helps conceal cooking splatters and humidity. Natural stone will develop a patina over time due to oil absorption from cooking. The possibility of backlighting is another advantage of natural stone. Backlighting natural stone may bring out variations and provide a stunning wow effect.
Richmond Kitchens and Joinery ensure that all our projects meet the relevant building codes. If you decide to do it yourself, you should conduct an adequate study to guarantee that your project meets all the necessary criteria.
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