Splashbacks | Simone TV: Episode 45
In this week’s episode we’re in the kitchen talking about the different styles of splashbacks you can select from in your new kitchen.
On this episode, we talk about Splashbacks.
Today what I thought I would do is talk a little bit about splashback and a couple of different options that you can do on your new home. Now behind me here is we have two of the options. I’m particular. So we have a glass mirror splashback on this side, and we have a tiled splashback on this side here.
We will start with the tiled splashback. These are just standard white subway titles layered as your splashback.
Over here is we have a glass mirror splashback. You can also see this one here it does go up on top of the range as well too. They’re two different types of range.
Now let’s come back to the tiled-one. The tiled-one is easier to clean and obviously the mirror one is going to be harder to clean especially when it’s right behind your stove. You’re going to have a lot of thing splashing. So, that’s one thing to consider when choosing between the cleaning factors. Second point probably will be the look. Like which one you like the looks of, whether if it would be the mirror or the tiles. Also, they do work in different styles at homes. You may want to have a French pavilion look then maybe the subway tiles might look good. So, you got to come and think how you’re going to decorate and how you want it to actually look.
These are just two different types of splashback that I can show you here now. Other options that may include is the Caesar stone. This is another option that people use as a splashback. Sometimes they like to bring the benchtop down and then they bring that up and return as a Caesar stone or a stone sort of splashback. Another option too is that a lot of people may have window sills. They have low-light windows and they use it actually around the bench and around the stove. They are just a few options that you can use for an actual splashback.
Alright guys, I’d love to know in the comments below what you did for your splashback. If you have any questions about splashbacks or if you know someone that’s a bit unsure on how to change the look of their kitchen or they’re not too sure what to do with their splashback, then tag them as well too.
If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments below and I’ll do my best to answer you.
Alright guys, thanks for watching, bye for now…