Kitchen Splashbacks

Part of choosing the right splashback design for your kitchen, is choosing the right material to suit your needs. Options include glass, Laminam™ & Duropal Pyroex or tiled kitchen splashbacks. Take a look at our comparison sheet below, and download a free copy of our printable Splashbacks infographic, which details the various options available.

Splashback Comparisons

GlassOne of the most popular splashback options available is glass, due to it’s clean, contemporary and long-lasting look, as well as its many various design features. Printed patterns or images allow a distinct personality to be added to any kitchen design. Simple painted splashbacks in gloss or matt formats can add colour to a neutral kitchen or tone in with the existing colour palette.
MetalierMetalier coated splashbacks are relatively new to the market. They are real metal coatings which are sprayed or applied to almost any substrate.
Duropal Pyroex Duropal Pyroex (high-pressure laminate) offer easy-to-clean formats as well as quick installation times in a narrow range of colours.
There are also new, cutting edge options available on the market, which opens up a much broader spectrum of splashback options for your kitchen design. Laminam (large format ceramic sheets) can add texture to the splashback space with hard-wearing, non-combustible options perfect for kitchens.
TiledAnother on-trend material for splashback options are tiles. Tiles can come in a range of shapes and textures, and you may also choose to utilise a coloured grout for pops of colour or drama as a design feature

Working with trusted partners to create the perfect splashback to enhance your modern kitchen, Jag Kitchen’s splashback options are cost effective, durable, and perfectly adapted to complement your overall kitchen design.For more information on a wide range of materials and design options or to see more kitchen examples, call Jag Kitchens today to arrange an appointment, or pop into the Jag Kitchens Showroom inside the Danske Mobler building at the Botany Town Centre.