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When it comes to renovating your kitchen, one of the most important decisions you will make is what colour kitchen splashbacks you use. Splashbacks come in a range of materials, colours, and finishes.
Acrylic splashbacks are a good alternative to glass or tiles if you want something cheaper and easier to install. Acrylic splashbacks are made from a plastic material, so they are lighter and more flexible than glass. They are not as heat resistant and can scratch easily. However, they are a popular option and available in a range of colours and styles.
Here are some colour options for your new kitchen splashback.
They can come in a variety of colours and many available are bold and bright. You can choose a style that best matches your taste and your kitchen. With kitchen cabinets generally being a uniform colour like white, black, grey, or wood, any bold colour for the splashback will look stunning. Popular colour choices for acrylic splashbacks are teal, purple, red, and green.
If you already have your colour scheme in place and you don’t plan to update your kitchen anytime soon, you can arrange to get a colour match from some providers of acrylic splashbacks. This is a great option if you have recently had your kitchen fitted and decorated. By making sure your splashback is an accurate match you can enhance your new kitchen.
Stone & Marble Colours
Plastic splashbacks can look great in marble or stone colours for a natural look. Marble is more often used in bathrooms but it can look stunning in a kitchen with white cupboards and kitchen worktops in a pale colour.
Metallic Coloured Splashbacks
Metal kitchen splashbacks come in a variety of metallic-style finishes. This is a great choice for a contemporary look in your kitchen. Silver is a popular option to give your kitchen a sleek polished look.
You might want to choose a splashback to either match or contrast with your countertops. So you could go bold and have a red splashback for high contrast and to make a statement. You might want to buy kitchen items in red, like a kettle and toaster. Or, you might want to get matching black splashbacks to go with your kitchen worktops.
When choosing a new splashback for your kitchen, consider your budget, style, and practicality when making your choice.