Mirror Splashbacks Help You Improve the Look of Your Kitchen

by Seller Ben Buisness

If you are thinking of renovating your kitchen then think about the splashbacks. Splashbacks may change the looks of your kitchen completely without altering most of the things in the kitchen. Depending on your likes and budget, you can choose the type of Splashback to be installed.




There was a time when Tiles were the most common product being used in Splashbacks but due to low options in color and material, they disappeared from the market. But thanks to range of colors, pattern and materials, Tiles are now seeing a big comeback. Another reason for their comeback may be their cost, as they are low priced and easy to install.


Toughened Glass


Toughened glass splashbacks are the most popular splashbacks at the moment. These types of Mirror Splashbacks are easy to clean and have unlimited color options. The glass used is toughened so the glass can withstand any shock and heat from the cooktops. Another reason to use toughened glass is safety; as if it gets broken it crumbles into small granular pieces instead of sharp objects. There are unlimited colors to choose from. You can choose coloured glass splashbacks depending on the color of wall and your likes. For kitchen glass splashbacks is the most popular type. Instead of glass you can also have your digitally printed image at the back of the glass.


Mirrored Glass


Mirror Splashbacks Geelong are reflective glass splashback suitable for using in wet areas like kitchens and bathroom. They are gradually becoming very popular choice. A mirror splashback is a reflective glass splashback that is suitable for using in kitchens and other wet areas. They are made from toughened glass and are corrosion free. They are water and steam resistant and are available in different colours including silver, smoke, bronze and graphite.




Acrylic splashbacks are one of the most cost-effective splashbacks which gives the illusion of glass and with installation you could go for a DIY option. One of the major problems with Acrylic splashbacks is they cannot be installed directly behind cooktops. You can use toughened glass or stainless-steel plates as additional protection. Acrylic splashbacks are easy to install and no specialised tools are required.




Stone can also be used as splashback material. It's uncommon in Australia but very popular in Europe and Asia. The stone comes in wide variety of colors and texture. Stone is shock and heat proof and gives elegant look in the kitchen. Stone cutting may need special tools so it's advisable to seek professional's help while installations.


Pressed Metal


You will find many people who love pressed metal splashbacks. Pressed metal usually comes with many different patterns and can be installed in almost any kitchen. Pressed metal splashbacks are usually made up of Aluminium alloy which won't rust.

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