If you are thinking about renovating or redesigning your kitchen, then you are probably searching for inspiration everywhere you go.
With so many different choices available for your new glass splashback design, it can become a little overwhelming to keep up with the trends. Newcastle TV audiences regularly show plenty of love for renovation shows like The Block, and home owners are taking more control in the way their homes look.
It is so important to find the right look and feel for you; to fit seamlessly with the rest of your home, whilst also showing off a bit of your own personal taste and style.
This blog is going to explore 5 eye-catching glass splashback designs that are unique and versatile, to help you find the perfect look for your renovation project or new home.
1. Solid colours as a mini feature wall
Use your glass splashback to add a tasteful touch of contrast to offset the dominant colour theme in your kitchen. You can brush up on the basics of colour theory to help decide what is going to work best for you.
2. Exposed brick
Whilst the raw, unfinished look might not be everyone’s cup of tea, there is no denying that it makes a powerful and striking backdrop when used in the right setting.
A glass splashback over exposed brick offers a semi-industrial feel that works well with stainless steel kitchenware and cookware.
Check out what some of the experts have to say about the do’s and dont’s of using this look in interior design.
3. Your favourite piece of art
Got a favourite design or motif that can tie in with the rest of your home?
Take a fresh approach to displaying art in your home and include it as a central feature in functional area and create a surefire talking point for dinner guests.
4. Textured glass
Texture is an important aspect in many areas of our lives and affects our perception more than we might think – including food, art, clothing and the natural environment. In our homes, texture adds weight, balance and contrast in virtually any space. Explore your options with textured glass and open your mind to the possibilities.
5. Eye catching photography
The addition of a stunning photograph can lift any space, adding a sense of depth and a splash of colour.
Try to find photographs with a touch of abstraction, so that they don’t overpower the kitchen area, but rather act as a subtle suggestion of a theme or concept. Just keep in mind the location of your powerpoints and appliances.
Of course, these are just a few ideas that we thought might catch your eye. You can be as creative as you like and add a touch of your own personality to bring your design to life. Glass splashbacks are just one of the extensive glass services we provide here at Koala Glass.
Got a question about glass splashbacks? Don’t hesitate to pick up the phone and chat with the friendly team here in Newcastle at Koala Glass on (02) 4968 1450.
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