Starting with pink, there are hundred of shade variations to choose from across all Branded Paint Ranges. Cerise and Raspberry shades look incredible in glass splashbacks, no matter what the kitchen design is. The above Little Greene Mischief glass splashback was fitted entirely by the homeowner using our comprehensive Measuring & Fitting Guides.
This splashback is RAL 4003 and showcases the benefits of good under cupboard lighting. A light worktop helps reflect light on to the glass splashback and around the room.
Dulux Deep Garnet glass splashback adding Drama with Mink Gloss units and pale work surfaces. Choosing a deep shade like this can mean taking a risk, however we recommend that you buy a tester pot before ordering a splashback. Paint your walls where your splashback will be fitted, or a sheet of paper and stick to your wall. It’s important to see how the colour looks in different areas, and in different times of the day.
This Laura Ashley Aubergine glass splashback is fitted with similar coloured cabinets, however this client chose a paler shade of purple. Adding under cupboard lighting, is an important design element in a scheme. Having multiple light sources for task lighting, and ambience can bring a scheme together.
This design conscious owner has achieved a coordinated look. Our client chose Dulux Sumptious Plum Glass Splashbacks to match the designer bar stools, and compliment the walnut cabinets. Fine under cupboard lighting enhances the splashback, and creates ambience when the ceiling lighting is turned off. Another clever design detail is adding a glass panel to the island unit, pulling the scheme together.
Dulux Purple Infusion 2 Glass Splashback. This beautiful colour is not for the faint hearted! When choosing the shade, consideration was given to the ash grey cabinets and work surfaces. Although there is no purple in the fittings, adding the purple splashback has pulled the look together.
In the same room the client continued the colour in a glass shelving unit.