The devil is in the detail. There are few things more disappointing than walking into a brand new, beautiful, custom built home, only to find corners cut and a mismatch of poorly placed colours or textures. Appreciation of the time and skill that goes into a build can dissipate in the blink of an eye due to poor finishing touches. The finer points of a custom built kitchen deserve careful consideration. That includes benchtops, tiles and splashbacks. Find out how to ‘get it right’ as we weigh up the key factors when choosing your custom kitchen splashback.
How Splashbacks Can ‘Make or Break’ a Kitchen
A custom kitchen splashback has multiple purposes. Its primary purpose is to protect plasterboard from water and to be used as a heat retardant from cooktops, this is why they are primarily installed in the main kitchen. However, as butler’s pantries become more popular it can also act as an aesthetic backdrop. Depending on the design, it could even be a custom kitchen focal point.