Worktop Express Blog > How to Use Patterned Splashbacks in Your Kitchen

Kitchen splashbacks are an excellent way to protect your walls from splashes and stains. Our range of patterned splashbacks do exactly that but also offer a way to introduce beautiful aesthetics to your cooking space. In this blog post, we take a look at how to style these decorative and functional kitchen features.

Victorian Mosaic Tile Splashback

Featuring a collection of elaborate charcoal grey patterns, Victorian Mosaic tile splashbacks are suitable for traditional kitchen styles. The monochrome shade is incredibly versatile, allowing it to be used in a range of colour schemes. Here you can see it paired with our walnut worktop, and the combination of dark work surface with pale splashback is highly effective.

Geometric Tile Splashback

Our Geometric tile splashback is unmistakably contemporary. The hexagonal dark grey on white design catches the eye and creates a focal point for your kitchen. Although you could combine it with any solid wood or laminate worktops it is particularly dramatic when matched with slimline solid laminate worktops – in this case Rouille Zenith.

Herringbone Tile Splashback

A stylish choice for contemporary and traditional kitchens alike, this Herringbone splashback has a rustic wood effect tile pattern. Here it complements a solid wood worktop but you could also pair it with wood effect laminate worktops for a similar result.

Alternative Options

One of the nice features of these patterned splashbacks is that they are double-sided and feature the same design but in a paler colour. Have a look at their reverse sides below. Which do you prefer?

The reverse sides of the Victorian Mosaic, Geometric and Herringbone patterned splashbacks.

Aside From Aesthetics, Why Consider These Splashbacks?

As well as being reversible, each one of these splashbacks is easy to fit – saving you time and effort during installation. The decorative laminate top layer covers a robust 9mm thick fibreboard ensuring durability. Unlike tiles, which require mortar and grout, these tile effect splashbacks are much cleaner to install and maintain, simply requiring a wipe with a damp cloth.

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These splashbacks not for you? Take a look at our other kitchen splashback ranges.

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