1. Give it some colour
Brighten up your space with a unique Carnivale design. Keeping a certain rustic look to your kitchen, as well as adding a splash of colour that’s also not too over-the-top. When you’ve gone with neutral tones, it’s the perfect compliment.
2. Splash out on tiles
Add an ethnic flavour to your splashback with different colours and retro-inspired tiles. Add some Shaker-style cabinetry and open shelves, the space is a pleasure to be in.
3. Go low-rise
Forgo upper cabinets to prevent the space looking like a conventional kitchen. Then opt for a splashback of Moroccan-style tiles. Available in different patterns, the undulating surface with present a rough contrast to the smooth lines of the units, while referencing other added colours in the room.
4. On your metal
Instead of using a glass or tile splashback, why not consider copper metal sheeting. With its high-shine and reflective finish or scratched and tarnished with an antique patina, you can have it cut to size for an attractive no-join appearance.
5. Back to nature
Wooden planks are for the floor, you say? Why not try out a reclaimed wood tile on your kitchen wall. It will create an instantly eye-catching display for your splashback – and the designs are pretty much endless, not to mention the character it will add to the room.