Splashbacks are used in wet areas and not just  kitchen splashbacks. They are also popular in laundries and bathrooms to prevent water damage and to make these areas easy to clean. Splashbacks can also perform a decorative function.

We provide information on 3 different types of splashbacks, glass, stainless steel and tiled, including some installation advice.
Splashbacks for kitchens and bathrooms come in a range of materials.

Glass splashbacks are the most recent addition, however traditional and modern tile spalshbacks are still very popular. Alternative materials include stainless steel splashbacks.

Splashbacks are also widely used in laundries and again you can look for glass splashbacks, stainless steel splashbacks or tile splashbacks.
Splashbacks for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, Canberra and Hobart.


Glass splashbacks are the newcomer, they are made of a tough glass and come in a huge range of colors and even patterns. The color is achieved by painting the back of the glass in the factory before installation.

Color for a glass splashback can be virtually any color you choose depending on supplier, although some custom colors may cost a little more.Glass spalshbacks are measured and installed in kitchens after the benchtops have been put in place.

Glass is also used widely in bathrooms and laundries. The main advantages of glass is ease of cleaning and the huge color range.


Stainless steel is used mainly for kitchen spalshbacks and has been a favourite in commercial kitchens for many years. It is tough, easy to clean and a great look in a modern kitchen.


Tile splashbacks have been used widely in all wet areas of the home for many years. Perhaps not as easy to clean as some materials tiles have aesthetic qualities that differ from glass and stainless steel. Tiled splashbacks may be plain or decorative and can certainly create a feeling of warmth