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Kitchen Splashbacks

The kitchen splashback has evolved from a humble kitchen surface to a design statement in many modern kitchen designs.

Also known as a backsplash in the US, this panel situated behind the main cooking area captures most of the spills and splatters from home cooking on it’s easy to clean surface.

A full splashback that spans an entire kitchen bench, including cooking and food prep areas, will help make your kitchen an attractive and inviting space.

If you have any queries about kitchen splashbacks or a general kitchen renovation enquiry, please get in touch with our team at Profix.

Call us on 08 9185 5550 or send us an email at info@profixaustralia.com.au. We service Karratha and Northwest Australia.

Kitchen Splashbacks

Colour range can be selected from AS2700: https://www.duluxprotectivecoatings.com.au/colours/as2700/.
Or select from the following standard options:


Baileys
bark
Bark
bauxite
Bauxite
billabong
Billabong
Biscuit
Biscuit
black glitter
Black Glitter
Black
Black
blue bell
Blue Bell
Bright Silver
Bright Silver
Charlie Brown
Chalie Brown
Clay
Clay
Coal
Coal
Cocoa Galore
Cocoa Galore
Comet
Comet
Cool Breeze
Cool Breeze
Copper
Copper
cyan sea
Cyan Sea
crystalline
Crystalline
deep sea
Deep Sea
dolphin
Dolphin
driftwood
Driftwood
flame red
Flame Red
Frosted Ice
Frosted Ice
Frothing Mocca
Frothing Mocca
Glacier
Glacier
Gum Leaf
Gum Leaf
gumnut
Gumnut
gunmetal
Gunmetal
hot chilli
Hot Chilli
kiwi frost
Kiwi Frost
mercury
Mercury
mineral
Mineral
mocha
Mocha
morning dew
Morning Dew
natural grey
Natural Grey
pathway
Pathway
rust
Rust
silverado
Silverado
stainless
Stainless
Very Berry
Very Berry
Vino
Vino
White
White

 

Glass Splashbacks

There are several different processes for colouring glass. Colour can be infused in the molten glass, but this is expensive, and there are limited colour options. You can laminate a colour layer in between outer layers of clear glass, but this limits the types of glass you can use and is also an expensive process. GlassKote uses an industry proven coating technique that delivers a super-hard surface that is highly resilient to scratching.

The GlassKote Difference

There are several different processes for colouring glass. Colour can be infused in the molten glass, but this is expensive, and there are limited colour options. You can laminate a colour layer in between outer layers of clear glass, but this limits the types of glass you can use and is also an expensive process. GlassKote uses an industry proven coating technique that delivers a super-hard surface that is highly resilient to scratching.

Other Kitchen Splashback Options

Of course, there are other more traditional splashback options available to the homeowner, including tiles and stainless steel. Stainless steel splashbacks offer a range of surface finishes, including brushed, satin and mirror.

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