Crystal Stones Splashbacks

The Crystal Stones Splashbacks

Crystal Stone Splashbacks is a NEW range of ®CreoGlass splashbacks inspired by the beauty of nature, especially stones such as marble and onyx. We have developed a private database of ultra-high-resolution photographic stone images. The images capture the natural patterns and colours of the crystal stones in beautiful close-up detail. Subtle natural non-repetitive patterns can relax your mind, reducing feelings of stress and increasing positivity. Bringing nature into your home through your Crystal Stones kitchen glass splashback is a way to surround yourself with thoughts of heart every day, with the kitchen being the most used room in the house. A beautiful kitchen splashback will become a focal point of the room, creating a grounded centre and a conversation point among family and friends.
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What are the crystal stones?

At CreoGlass Design, we are passionate about creating beautiful and unique crystal stones. We know that our customers appreciate the value of luxury and exclusivity, which is why we take great care in the production of our New Crystal Stones collection.

To achieve the ultra-luxurious finish that sets our crystal stones apart, we have developed a process that involves injecting them with sparkle veins in three different finishes: copper, gold, and silver. This not only enhances the beauty of the stones, but also catches the light and shimmers just like authentic crystal stones.

But we don't stop there. At CreoGlass Design, we are constantly pushing the boundaries of creativity and design. Our talented artisans are always coming up with new and innovative designs that are not available anywhere else on the market. We take pride in our ability to stay ahead of the curve in this niche industry and offer our customers something unique.


Our crystal stone splashbacks are designed to add a touch of individuality and customization to your kitchen. With a wide range of colour options to choose from, our graphic designers can adjust the size and colours of each crystal stone pattern to perfectly match your existing kitchen design. Our standard range of crystal stone patterns includes marble, onyx, granite, agate, and more, making it easier for you to decide on the perfect design for your space.

With the ability to adapt each design to fit perfectly, our crystal stone splashbacks are the perfect addition to any kitchen looking for a touch of unique luxury. Whether you're looking to elevate the elegance of your cooking space or create a bold statement, our crystal stone splashbacks offer unparalleled quality and design.

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  • 6mm Toughened Glass
  • Maximum Panel Length Of 3 Meters (standard) 4.5 Metres (oversized)
  • Made using a multi-layered process
  • All UK Made Toughened Glass
  • Impact & Heat Resistant Up To 400°C
  • Cut-Outs For Sockets & Switches
  • Easy To Keep Clean Surfaces
  • Ten years guarantee
  • Full Measuring and Fitting Service Provided (optional)


Crystal Stone Collection is suitable as Glass Splashbacks for Kitchens and general cladding of wallsglass cladded pillarsfacias of reception front desks or bars. Especially great for large scale Art-Feature Walls in swimming poolsliving roomshallways and lobbies


Contact our team today with any questions or to request an estimate for the Crystal Stones Gallery. We're always happy to hear from you. For guide prices on kitchen glass splashbacks, please refer to our Ballpark Price Guide. We think you'll also love our Printed Feature Walls. The Crystal Stones design looks absolutely stunning. Using a large-format glass wall covering to create a world-class feature.

Our Crystal Stones Collections

Transform your kitchen into a sophisticated space.

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Opera's Colour Range

Famida's Colour Range

Make a statement with your kitchen and elevate your cooking space.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Are Glass Splashbacks safe behind a hob?

Absolutely! Our Glass Splashbacks are completely safe to use behind the hob because they are heat and impact resistant up to 400°C degrees. Behind the hob is what we originally created them for! However, because they’re impact resistant they’re perfect to use in bathroom for a shower or sink splashback or on the side of your kitchen island.

If you’re looking for a cheaper alternative our new CreoMax Product Range would make a great option for you. It’s easy to cut, and the lead time is shorter. However, because the CreoMax Acrylic is not heatproof, to make them safe to use behind your hob we can provide a transparent toughened glass panel to place on top of your CreoMax, fixed on with screws.

Should I choose Glass or Acrylic splashbacks?

Choosing the right material for your needs is an important task, so this is a good question. Both of them are suitable in kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms or anywhere else in you desire. To help decide which to choose there are a few questions you should ask yourself.

Will you be placing it in an area which will be exposed to high levels of heat, such as behind your hob?
If yes, we would definitely recommend our CreoGlass Glass Splashbacks, designed and created in Watford. They are heat resistant up to 400°C, so are perfectly safe to use in areas exposed to high temperatures.

Do you need the product ASAP?
The preparation and lead times are much shorter for Acrylic Splashbacks compared to Glass Splashbacks, so if your deadline is close, acrylic might be the better option for you. Our Sales Team will be able to discuss with you the lead times for both options. Contact Us

Are you looking for the flexibility of a DIY project?
Our CreoMax Acrylic material is sold in sheets that are easy to cut and customise yourself but cutting, sawing, shearing, punching, drilling, nailing, riveting or screwing. Making them perfect for any DIY project. However, if you’d like us to do all the work for you, our Glass Splashbacks will be measured, cut, designed and fitted especially for you.

Have you ordered a sample?
To help you make the best decision, we recommend ordering a sample to see for yourself which material you like the best in the setting you intend you use it. We offer a wide range of printed and coloured glass, as well as our brand new CreoMax Acrylic sheets, available in stunning ultra-high resolution precious stone images.
Contact our friendly sales and design team to compare the price of Glass Splashbacks and CreoMax Acrylic Sheets.

Should I choose Glass Splashbacks or Tiles?

When comparing Glass Splashbacks and Tiled Splashbacks, many factors make the Glass Splashbacks superior
HygieneOur Glass Splashbacks have a non-pours surface with minimal to no join lines, making them super easy and effective to wipe clean of any dangerous bacteria. Tiles have many grout join lines, causing dirt and bacterial build-up, making them hard to clean and unsafe. Over time the grout can become unsightly and stained after the bacteria and dirt gets trapped in its porous surface. This means that even if the cost of a glass splashback is initially higher than tiles, our Glass Splashbacks will last longer, be safer and keep cleaning costs low.
MaintenanceThe maintenance of the glass splashbacks is much cheaper compared to the very expensive tile cleaning and grout cleaning products. The Creoglass Splashback glass is an ultramodern antibacterial surface which only needs very simple and time-effective cleaning products. No more soaking grout in an attempt to improve its appearance. Because of this, Glass Splashback are amazing in bathrooms too, ensuring no limescale or mould build-up with just a simple wipe clean.
Some high-quality tiles can cost up to £50 per 0.25 sqm, making them roughly £200 per square metre. The cost per square meter for printed or coloured Glass Splashbacks is similar. However, as Toughened Glass need to be shaped and produced with cut-outs prior to the toughening process, the overall price is more than the tiles, but the overall quality, design and longevity of glass can be much higher. Based on our designer's and client's reviews, overall glass splashbacks are much easier to maintain, and the overall cost of tiles can be more than glass splashbacks.
DesignGlass Splashbacks come into their own against tiles when it comes to the design possibilities. Glass splashbacks can be customised in endless unique and eye-catching designs. The designs flow seamlessly with a clean and smooth finish, not to be interrupted with minimal to no join lines. A huge downside of tiles is the grid effect of the grout join lines which can’t be escaped, ruining any design effect. Our Glass Splashbacks are available in plain coloured, printed, glittery, textured, mirrored and stencilled designs, and we’ve created over 500 design ideas within these.

How much are Glass Splashbacks?

The cost of a Glass Splashback reflects the high-quality glass and materials used, the labour hours of our highly skilled design and production team and the shaping of the bespoke made-to-measure panels.

The factors that will affect the overall price of your splashback include:


The price of a Glass Splashback is calculated per surface area (sqm). Price per square meter will vary depending on how many individual layers are required to achieve the desired finish and how many labour hours are needed.

Different designs will require more layers and, therefore greater labour hours than other designs. Our basic entry-level splashbacks require a minimum two layers per each panel

Colour Coating
Extra layers can be added to create different effects, for example, sparkle, which would increase the splashback to 3 layers. Some of our CreoGlass bespoke designs may consist of up to 15 individual layers and are created using various materials (e.g. print, glitter, mirror, 24-carat gold, natural mineral flakes etc.) and techniques (e.g. our hand-made stencilling, liquid mirror and cobweb techniques). These splashbacks are classified as “Commissioned Bespoke Designs” and require prototyping.

We use a wide range of high-quality materials to produce our splashbacks all with different costs attached. For example, our mirrored splashbacks take a great amount of care and time to achieve flawless mirrored surfaces. Our Premium Collection uses crushed mineral flakes to achieve its luxurious finish.

Next, you also need to budget for the cost of shaping the glass. Any notches, socket openings, holes for screws or curvatures other than square or rectangular are all extras as they are labour-intensive and are charged at standard rates.

Measuring and Fitting

Another extra cost you should budget for is the cost of measuring and fitting services as these are optional. However, we will guarantee you professional installation backed up with up to 10 years warranty on a fitted product by CreoGlass.

Average Costs:
An average “L” shape kitchen fully fitted with entry-level glass splashbacks could start from around £800-£1800. The standard prices are based on 6mm toughened glass, but you can decide to go for a different thickness of glass if you desire.

Splashbacks with more layers require a longer design stage to ensure all artworks, colours and, custom shades, special add-ons like glittery effects are agreed upon. These splashbacks may cost between £2500-£7000.

To reduce the cost, you can:

1. Reduce complicated shaping

2. Reduce the design level (e.g remove extra layers such as glitter or mirror stripes)

3. Reduce the sqm size

4. Look out for offers and discounts on our Instagram and Facebook social media pages

For more details, please follow the link to our online quotation request, where our team will quickly work out an estimate based on your particular sizes and design choice.
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