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Unique Tiles for your Kitchen Splashback

Unique Tiles for your Kitchen Splashback

Kitchen splashbacks add character and dimension to any kitchen and are a popular aesthetic feature in many kitchen designs. Tiles are a popular choice as a kitchen splashback due to the ease of maintenance and cleaning. As tiles are available in many different shapes, colours and textures they make for a creative and visually appealing kitchen splashback. If you are going for more of a bold style in your kitchen, consider using one of these unique tiles rather than traditional neutral subway tiles.

Metallic Tiles
Add some shine and glamour to your kitchen with metallic tiles, available in a range of metal colours such as bronze, silver, gold, copper, titanium or stainless steel. Metallic tiles are great if you wish to match your splashback to your kitchen appliances and reflect beautifully to make your kitchen look larger. Create a dramatic look by using more than one metal tile pattern on your splashback or keep it simple and use simple silver tiles with a polished finish.

Geometric Tiles
Using geometric shaped tiles in bright colours can look great in a neutral kitchen and add a bold statement to your home. Colourful geometric tiles scattered across your splashback can really liven up a minimalistic kitchen. Hexagonal tiles are a popular kitchen design and can turn your cooking area into a distinctive design showcase.

Mosaic Tiles
A mosaic splashback is a beautiful form of ancient art and can be used to create any design of your choice. Mosaic tile designs are extremely versatile in terms of patterns, size and colour combinations to make a timeless art form in your kitchen. Feature small tiles on your kitchen splashback laid in any pattern or design to create a brilliant feature wall in your cooking area. Mosaics can be created by pressing the tile onto a layer of cement-based adhesive or fully creating the design prior to installation.

Cement Tile
Cement tiles are durable, environmentally friendly, non-slippery and very customisable. Typically they are highly patterned with floral or geometric designs which are great for creating a custom-made pattern for your kitchen splashback.

Textured Tiles
For a very different and unique look, consider using pebbles or other textured materials for your kitchen splashback. Creating realistic stone texture using stacked pebble tiles can bring a nature-inspired feel to your kitchen. If you think the textured look is a bit too much or wish to create a unique focal point in your kitchen, you can use the pebbles for one area of the splashback and continue with classic ceramic subway tiles in other areas.

We hope these unique kitchen splashback tile ideas help you create a beautiful feature in your kitchen.

Here at Harrington Kitchens, our designers work with you every step of the way to create the perfect kitchen to suit your personal taste and lifestyle.

Harrington Kitchens offers a wide variety of kitchen designs and styles including:

For more information on our various kitchen designs, please visit our Gallery. Our Gallery brings together a selection of our custom kitchen designs ranging from traditional to contemporary kitchens. Each kitchen style has the flexibility to work in any home environment and can be designed to suit all tastes and budgets.

The entire Harrington Kitchens team is focused on designing kitchens that utilise premium materials and offer each and every customer the highest level of service. Harrington Kitchens partners with the best quality kitchen suppliers within the kitchen manufacturing industry and employs experienced and professional tradesmen to ensure the longevity of your custom designed kitchen.

For a free quote and free design consultation please contact us at Harrington Kitchens on (02) 4647 4474 or submit an online enquiry, alternatively you are welcome to visit the Harrington Kitchens Showroom at 12 Graham Hill Road Narellan NSW or 5 Old Hume Highway, Mittagong NSW.

See more great kitchen ideas in our Online Gallery.

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