8 Kitchen Splashbacks that will make your space Pop!
1. Go for Pattern
The exquisite array of patterned and decorative tiles on offer for kitchen splash backs are abundant in shades of colour and level of detail. A neutral palette with an interesting and geometric pattern can be just as effective as one that is bright and cheery.
The hexagon tile has made quite the come back with the geometric shape appearing from mini mosaics to large scale format. Hexagons are a popular choice for kitchen splashbacks as they are a striking change from the traditional square or rectangle tile and immediately add style and creative interest to the space.
If your kitchen palette is a neutral colour tone, consider a coloured splashback tile to inject some style and visual interest. Bold coloured tiles brings a bright and friendly atmosphere to your kitchen splasback and can make quite the statement.
It’s a known fact that residents in Melbourne favour the monochrome palette more so than any other state in Australia, so comes as no surprise that Melbourne tiles are abundant in beautiful blacks, charcoals whites, taupes and every monochrome colour in-between.
Bisazza mosaics are considered the ‘super model’ of the mosaic tile world and it’s no wonder with such a stunning collection on offer. Choose from plain colours to blends to subtle pattern and intricate designs. And for the ultimate in sophistication why not opt for gold mosaics on your kitchen splashback?
Kitchen Design by Perini renovations
Pivate Residence in Sydney using gold Bisazza splashback tiles
Add the ultimate in sophistication and opulence with marble tiles to your splashback.
Say goodbye to the boring subway tile layout , and apply your subways in interesting formats on your kitchen splashback to create a chic and modern style. Or for something different, opt for mirrored subways that create a brilliant effect with their highly reflective surface.
Inject a dose of wow factor and pizazz to your kitchen by selecting a splashback tile that will be the talking point of your home. Dare to be different, but there can only be one hero, so keep all other surrounding features and colours subtle and low key.