A classic white kitchen is so elegant and clean that most people are drawn to its simplicity and fine lines. White can be accentuated with any colour you like and you can change the look of the classic white kitchen by adding different textures and shades. For example, if you want a warm, welcoming glow use the burnt oranges and nix in the Autumn colours. For a cool breeze, beachy feel you can utilise wood grains and bright blues. It’s so simple, yet so versatile. Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can add a splash of colour to a white kitchen.
The simplest and most cost effective way to add some colour to your kitchen is by adding some colour appliances. Toasters and kettles come in so many funky colours and textures now that finding the perfect fit is as simple as going online and choosing the colour you’re after. You can even get old school fridges now in a great range of pastels, really enhancing the look of your white kitchen. Add in some decorations such as artificial flowers, or a print and you’ve got colour that can be changed up whenever you like.
Coloured Glass Splashbacks
Adding a glass splashback to a white kitchen can really make it pop. They come in so many different colours, including a never ending range of shades that you really won’t have a problem finding the one you want. Clean, neat and with no grout lines, a coloured splashback really can set your kitchen up for some oooo’s and aaaahh’s from family and friends as its first impression is sure to stun.
Textured Glass Splashbacks
If you’re looking for that old school feel with new age technology you can now get a range of glass splashbacks that give you the look and feel of texture without the cleaning and grout lines. You can get the old style subway tile look, brick wall and even wood finishes, all printed on glass. No mess, no fuss but all the wow.
Printed Glass Splashbacks
For something truly unique you can now get a range of printed glass splashbacks in a range of styles and pre-printed images. You can even design it yourself if you have the right size image that fits your space. Imagine having your family photos, or your favourite furry friend immortalised on glass in your kitchen. Decoglaze also has a great range of location shots bringing the beach or the rainforest inside your home. Ever wanted to live in London? You could have that too. All on the splashback in the comfort of your own home.
Matching your Benchtops to your Glass Splashback
Once you choose your splashback, you’ll need to make sure it matches your benchtops. Along with the splashback your benchtops will be another focal point of your kitchen so making sure everything matches is a must. The most popular materials for benchtops now are marble or stone and therefore adding a natural colour on your splashback will make everything blend nicely and help avoid a clashing of colours.
Don’t Forget all the Way Down to your Floors
Don’t forget to think of your end goal. To make your kitchen stand out and give it that wow factor. Smaller kitchens need to look like they have space You can achieve this with a mirrored splashback. Bouncing the light of the splashback is a great way to make a small space seem bigger. This will help you create the illusion of space in a sometimes smaller space.
Although your splashback will be away from your flooring you still need to make sure that they complement each other rather than compete. You need to consider all factors when choosing your splashback ensuring you make the right choice upfront to avoid costly changes in the near future. If you have plain floors and a plain benchtop and you’d like to brighten your white kitchen you should be looking at something from the designer range.
How to Choose
There are many ways that you can make a white kitchen stand out from the crowd and choosing the right Glass Splashback is one of them. With the range being so broad now, and white being one of the most popular kitchen colours you need to do your homework and make sure you find the right Kitchen Splashback for your home.