We all think of a kitchen splashback as a finishing touch to protect the walls from spills and splatters, but nowadays they are used to create the ideal focal point within the kitchen. They can come in many styles and colours which is a great way of incorporating them into the hub of the home and providing a special attraction behind that ultimate hob and cooking area.
There are many splashbacks that are on-trend, with metallics such as copper and gold proving a major hit in today’s kitchens. A smoked mirror will make the room feel large and welcoming, and black and grey coloured quartz will work perfectly with pale grey or chalky white toned cabinetry.
By choosing a quartz worktop you can opt for it to become the splashback to all fitting into the design aesthetics and an easy-clean hub of the home. Brick-like tiles and geometric tiles have become the fashion again in recent years, and a bright-toned toughened glass splashback will inject colour into the kitchen space, providing a style that will be loved for many years with the perfect characteristics for a contemporary home.
Why a Quartz splashback?
Some people choose to leave their wall plain, but if you are considering choosing a quartz worktop you can extend it up the wall, and make it blend seamlessly within the style. Sometimes there are off-cuts of quartz which are big enough for your splashback and save you money in the long run, so contact Oxford Granites today.
Quartz has many advantages…
- Quartz is a non-porous surface
- Quartz has an anti-bacterial surface making it safe for you and your family
- Quartz has a high stain and scratch resistance
- Quartz doesn’t change colour or fade in time
- Quartz has a uniform and consistent colour and pattern
- Quartz is a thick and tough material and is a great product to use for a splashback due to its thickness
Here at Oxford Granites we consider ourselves with very competitive pricing, we have a fully stocked showroom and stone yard with a wide choice of stone products and comprehensive template, fabrication and fitting services. Contact us today @ Oxford Granites to find out more – we look forward to hearing from you.