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7 Statement Tiles For Your Splashback

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With the myriad decisions to be made during your kitchen makeover, don't overlook the splashback. There are now a host of ways to make this practical panel a focal point - from on-trend herringbone and honeycomb to classic marble and glass, here's how to make the humble feature stand out. 


Concrete has never been cooler, but too much of it can look harsh. That’s why it’s perfect for a splashback, adding a touch of industrialism into our home aesthetic. It works particularly well with mixed material accents like marble and brass – team with an appealing backdrop of neutrals and wood for a characterful and unique effect to offset its natural blemishes.




Slick, smart and pretty affordable, this is the modern, practical and chic version of a splashback.




Herringbone patterns are a favourite in our Pinterest feeds, frequently featuring in the most stylish of homes. And it’s little wonder – they’re the perfect solution for anyone looking to update their interiors with a sleek look that is easy to maintain.




Not just for the bees, honeycomb shapes are hot in the world of interiors right now. Minimalist and modern, the polygon is trending big time and can be spotted in some of the chicest homes, bringing back the hexagonal tiles of the early 20th century in a much cooler way.




If you’ve long dreamed of head-to-toe marble but your budget won’t yet allow, go for the next best thing by investing in a marble-style splashback.




From humble beginnings to the most beautiful of homes, the metro tile is effective in every space. With its basic white gloss and bevelled edges, its simple yet effective design is both tactile and adds instant cool to any kitchen.




One of our favourite ways to make a statement, the patterned tile has instant impact. Whether you plump for a geometric design, go retro with art deco or choose Moroccan-inspired pattern, there’s an option to fit into any style and set-up.



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