They can be installed in larger sheets and in small areas, making them ideal as a way of adding a bold and modern element to your bathroom and kitchen.
If you change the design or colour scheme of your bathroom at a later stage, splashbacks are easy to remove and replace, so you can update the area quickly and with minimal fuss.
They’re also great as the starting point of a kitchen and bathroom design – so choose your favourite from our guide below and give one of our experts a call.
We also have a brilliant and simple sample service. This gives you the chance to see a small sample of your chosen tiles in the safety of your own home.`
Below are some of our favourite of this season’s splashback styles.
A good choice for the design of a small kitchen. By adding our Ibiza tile in Teal to your kitchen it will visually expand the space. The dark shade is very popular at the moment and looks great with dark wood and hanging plants.
For a high-end look match your splashback to your kitchen surface. This works best with smooth materials like our Iris tile in Aquamarine – on special offer at the moment. It will add a modern touch to your kitchen.
In a brightly coloured kitchen it is best to keep your splashback simple, to avoid overwhelming the space. Our Boston Brick tiles are a traditional choice for an easy to clean kitchen splashback.
However, a splashback doesn’t need to stop at the cooker and sink. Wrap the tiles around the whole kitchen for a look that is stylish and practical. And great news…our Boston tiles are on special offer.
You don’t need bold colour to make a statement with a kitchen splashback. If you have an all-white style kitchen, our Calpe tile in ivory creates a modern effect behind the sink, adding a layer of interest to your kitchen.
Whether you are using tiles or laminate, opt for a pattern to fill your kitchen with personality. A splashback is the easiest place in the kitchen to play with colour and pattern because it will cost a lot less to change than your cabinets if you fall out of love with it. We love our Zurbaran tile in Esmeralda.
This playful pattern contrasts with simple wooden cabinets. However, stick to a neutral colour scheme to avoid overwhelming the space.