How To Choose The Right Splashback
I would say that when I say the kitchen is the heart of the home, most people would agree with me. Your Splashback is one of the main parts of your kitchen when it comes to the look and feels.
Below are the 4 most commonly used Splashbacks
This Type of splashback can only be used if your kitchen is on an external wall. There are a few benefits of having a window as a splashback, one being that you will have a lot of natural light being let into your kitchen area and you will have to ability to see outside. If you design your house with this in mind you can have your kitchen looking out the yard so you can keep an eye on the kid playing outside.
A glass splashback is similar to having a window but you can not see through it. If you wanted a window splash back and were not able to because your kitchen was not on an external wall the next best thing it glass. They both have the same cleaning methods.
Tile splashback is the most commonly used splashback. It has a great look, easy to clean and cost-effective.
Stone splashback is not used as often as the tiles, window and glass. It has a unique look and is something that can match the bench top. It can also be used as its own feature. Stone would have to be the easiest to clean out of them all.
When it comes to cost and Tiles would have to be the cheapest and stone and glass the most expensive. The window splashback can be designed into the home and will not be any extra cost to the kitchen.
All of the splashback mentioned here have the owner look and serve a different look and feel to the kitchens they are installed to.