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6 Striking Kitchen Splashback Ideas from Customers

The easiest way to transform the look of a kitchen is to add a tiled splashback behind the worktop. Our customers constantly send us pictures of their colourful and striking splashback ideas. Here are some favourites…

1) Tracy’s Pattern Tile Splashback

tracey pattern kitchen meknes tiles

Tracy used our patterned Meknes Tiles, which have a charming Arabesque appearance in a colourful patchwork design, to create an eye-catching splashback behind her hob. That foxy salt pot sure looks smug about the new look!

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2) Kath’s Reclaimed Wood Tile Splashback

kat reclaimed wood splashback tiles

Traditionally, wooden plank tiles are used on the floor. But our customers constantly surprise us. When Kath showed us this photo of our Reclaimed Wood Effect Tiles used on her kitchen wall to create a splashback, we fell in love! Definitely one of our favourite splashback ideas.

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3) Anna’s Burnished Metallic Splashback

anna burnished metallic tiles splashback ideas

Warm metallics are all the rage right now – coppers and bronzes are dominating the world of interior design. But so are aged, weathered, textured looks. That’s what backs our Burnished Armour Tiles so desirable. A mix of metallic and ‘weathered / worn,’ they really helped to inject character into Anna’s kitchen, as you can see above.

4) Samantha’s Textured Split Face Splashback

samantha split face tiles kitchen splashback ideas

A huge interior design trend when it comes to tiling wall spaces is the introduction of texture; a characterful break from plain, smooth surfaces. Slate split face tiles offer exactly this, with their multi-levelled layers. Samantha used them to create a gorgeous natural backdrop to her kitchen work space.

5) Julia’s Moroccan Mosaic Splashback

julia moroccan mosaic tiles

Moroccan patchwork designs are as striking as ever, and the most compact example of these comes in the form of patterned mosaics. Julia used our Riad Tiles to create a charming kitchen splashback. Their soft, natural palette provides a fab focal point whilst not overpowering the room.

6) Frank’s Patterned Patchwork Splashback

beldi tiles pattern kitchen splashback ideas

Frank wanted to create a less compact and less subtle approach to a patterned Moroccan splashback, so he opted for our striking Beldi Tiles! With their rich browns and blues, they are perfect for injecting character into a kitchen space!

There you have it – 6 striking customer kitchen splashback ideas.

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