Glass Splashbacks: A Guide to Decide
Which Glass Splashback Should I Choose?
Style and design advice for our glass splashbacks.
Glass Splashbacks have the ability to revamp a kitchen or bathroom completely. It can be tricky to find the perfect one with so many different choices, so we thought we would help. Here, at CreoGlass, we have put together a guide on our glass splashbacks to help you decide which style is right for you.
It would be best if you considered a few factors. How do you want your home to feel? Modern? Classic? Cottage? Contemporary? Do you want to make a statement or be subtle? Would you prefer to be bold and bright, or choose subtle, muted colours? Do you want to complement or contrast the other features in the room, such as the kitchen cabinets? Would you like to use the splashback as an alternative to a feature art wall? Are you looking to increase the feeling of space and light?
Classic Coloured Glass
Our classic coloured glass is our entry-level glass, and therefore the cheapest option. The classic range keeps it simple. We can colour match to any colour, so no options are off the table. We offer the Classic Coloured Splashbacks in either a Glossy or Matte finish.
Our glossy glass has a high shine finish. Their surface reflects any light sources you have around them, giving them their glossy, shiny effect. The matte finish glass vs the glossy finish is a matter of taste. Some people prefer the chic matte effect over high gloss. Maybe you have glossy cabinets and want to contrast these with a matte finish splashback.
When it comes to choosing a colour, you can think about whether you want to make a statement or want your splashback to blend into the room.
Bold colours can contrast exciting features, such as if you have light kitchen cabinets, you'd like to counter with a dark or bright colour.
As we can colour match to any colour, some people like to choose features in the room to create these as a splashback colour, such as a current wall colour, a sofa or these vases below.
Here, the customer has chosen to colour match their wall colour to their splashback.
This customer has chosen a jet black matte splashback to complement their tap and contrast their white cabinets.
The vases were chosen as a source to colour match this gradient splashback.
Our glitter splashbacks create a beautiful light dispersion. If you're after a luxurious feel, our glitter splashbacks can help you achieve this through subtle sparkle or full-on 100% Luxury.
This customer chose a combination of Luxury Worktops and Splashbacks with a Glossy Glass Worktop. Their purple kitchen theme complements the purple sofa behind and contrasts the orange/red fixtures and walls. The luxury glitter helps create a lovely new dimension and texture to the kitchen.
Here, fine sparkle has been added subtly. The fine sparkle adds a beautiful extra layer of texture and light dispersion. The colour scheme complements the cabinets, handles and wall colour.
This kitchen displays a more vibrant and bold use of glitter and colours. The red Luxury Collection has made this kitchen eye-catching and energetic. The customer chose features such as the range and utensils to run with the red theme. The white cabinets help to ensure the overall finish doesn't appear too loud and busy.
Copper is ever-increasingly growing in popularity. Our copper 100% sparkle splashbacks look amazing with white or grey kitchens. This kitchen has incorporated patterned wallpaper to complement the copper design.
We're all guilty of wishing our kitchen was more spacious. Our mirrored glass is a fantastic way to achieve this feeling without having any structural work done! The highly reflective surface of our toughened mirror splashbacks reflects the kitchen back on itself to give the illusion it's double the size! On top of this, the mirror splashback reflects any light sources to increase the kitchen's brightness.
Another positive of choosing a toughened mirror splashbacks is that only the exciting colours of the kitchen will feature in the splashbacks. This means you won't be at risk of any colour clashes! You can redesign your kitchen, paint any walls, and your kitchen splashbacks will continually adapt to its environment. You'll never have to worry that your splashback is outdated in your home.
If the plain mirrored splashback is too overpowering for you, our bronze or grey tinted finishes might be for you. The bronze finish adds warm tones to your kitchen, while the grey gives a darker, more muted reflection.
We often see this grey finish with white cabinets to create a light and dark balance, while the bronze looks impressive with the warm colours of wood.
If you think a toughened mirror may be too modern for your home, consider our antique mirrored splashbacks. They add a vintage interior design style.
If you're looking for a personalised, unique splashback, you can choose a stencilled splashback design. We each stencil design by hand, so you have the flexibility to create a design that's never been seen before.
Stencilled splashbacks allow you to portray a message that shines outward to family members and guests. Often people choose a motto or slogan that will spark a smile in anyone who enters the room.
We can use contrasting colours within a stencilled splashback to incorporate features around the room. For example, you maybe have a white kitchen with a black tap and black cabinet handles. You could choose a red splashback to contrast while adding colour, then select a black stencil to complement your faucet and handles. This will create a synergy within the room.
Printed glass splashbacks offer a personal, unique alternative to feature art walls. Perhaps you've always dreamed of a city skyline view, or you're a fan of the ocean. Printed splashbacks allow you to bring your favourite elements into your home.
This white kitchen allows for a bold splashback without creating a kitchen that feels overpowering. The brass faucet and trim features complement the warm sun tones in the splashback.
White kitchen cabinets are often the most popular to pair with a printed design. However, if you have darker or more colourful cabinets printed splashbacks, consider a printed wave. They allow a much more subtle addition of colour.
After you've chosen your splashback
Make sure you have the correct socket plates to compliment your splashback. Silver mirrored splashback go well with polished chrome.
Choose brushed brass socket covers if you have a bronze toughened mirror or a design with warm or gold tones.
Black nickel socket plates look good with grey tinted mirrors or darker printed or coloured designs.
All in all, looking at the exciting colours in your kitchen is the simplest way to choose a splashback. While white kitchens will be easier to coordinate, darker or more colourful kitchens give you a starting point for colours to include in your splashback. If you would like any styling tips or ideas, contact our staff, send us an email or give us a call. If you sent us a photograph of your kitchen, our team would happily provide you with some ideas on which splashbacks will look amazing! You can also browse our splashbacks by colour if you already have an idea of the colour scheme you would like to feature in your kitchen.