Having a splashback in your kitchen not only protects your walls from potential cooking creations going astray, but they're also a quick update option without breaking the bank.
Whether your undergoing a full kitchen renovation or simply picking pieces to renew, its a good idea to know what materials are on the market, and what costs are associated with them.
Acyclic, tin, tile and hardwood are just some of the many options when it comes to splashbacks. Do you want to inject a hint of colour or add texture to your kitchen? A splashback can add interest and freshen up the whole look and feel of your home.