Three kitchen splashback trends to look out for in 2019

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How can you add style, personality and value to your kitchen without performing an entire overhaul? Two words; kitchen splashbacks. The Kitchen Splashback trends have come and gone over the years. However, 2019 has influenced a new wave of kitchen splashbacks that will leave you feeling inspired.

The kitchen is the heart of the home, so it makes sense that this room is often the most regularly updated. Now, we love giving our kitchen a regular revamp as much as the next guy, but we’re sure you’ll agree that investing in your kitchen can be a costly affair, so it certainly pays to do your research first.

But what if there was a way to update your kitchen without breaking the bank? Here at The Glass Warehouse, we believe in offering our customers variety to suit every budget, and our range of splashbacks are perfect for a kitchen update that won’t leave your pockets feeling empty.

Why consider kitchen splashbacks?

You may be wondering why you need kitchen splashbacks in the first place? Well, the truth is that kitchen splashbacks remain to be popular because they look great and are functional.

Style and beauty, sure. But what else? The right kitchen splashback can offer you all of the following:

  1. Protection – whether you’re an enthusiastic cook, have small children that love to get involved or simply use your kitchen a lot, then the chances are you will require protection to keep mess to a minimum
  2. Hygiene – most kitchen splashbacks are designed to be super easy to keep clean, allowing you to raise the hygiene standards of your kitchen with ease
  3. Practicality – it goes without saying that the low maintenance and protective qualities make kitchen splashbacks a must-have feature in any busy kitchen. But looks aside, you want to be going for a design that can withstand mess, intense temperatures and the general wear and tear of everyday use.

 

Top three kitchen splashback trends to of 2019

When it comes to interior design, blink and you can easily miss the most up to date trends. Kitchen splashbacks never fall out of trend and remain a popular feature of the kitchen!

So, in 2019 – here are some of the biggest kitchen splashback trends that are set to stay

  1. Pattern!

Certainly not a new design feature, but one that has slowly made its way back into popularity. This year is set to be full of extravagant design lending an air of individuality to the kitchen.

Perfect for those looking to leave their own personal stamp on their kitchen interiors. Patterned kitchen splashbacks are making a comeback and its one that you won’t want to miss! If you’re interested in adding a personal tough to your glass kitchen splashbacks, check out how our printed designs can help your imagination come to life.

  1. Under-lit glass splashbacks

Glass splashbacks have always been a popular feature of the kitchen. However, this year we have seen more demand for underlighting to further accentuate the sleek, minimalist impact of glass.

Take a look at our collection of kitchen glass splashbacks to see how we can help upgrade your kitchen on a budget!

  1. Crackle glass kitchen splashbacks

Crackle glass is a feature that’s been around for years. However, more recently we have seen it creep back into popularity for home interiors. It is easy to clean, unique and hard wearing. Crackle glass splashbacks are set to be the must-have splashback design that have come back in for 2019.

Choose from clear or coloured crackle glass splashbacks to suit any type of vibe be it traditional or modern – find out more here.

Keep up with the trends with The Glass Warehouse!

If you’re looking to revamp the kitchen, a kitchen splashback could be the perfect solution. But where do you start? With so many options, it can be hard to know where to begin, and that’s where we can help!

Our team of experts are on hand to offer advice and guidance, so why not get in touch with us today to discuss your specific requirements

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