Tile Splashbacks for Inspired Kitchens
Say goodbye to boring kitchen splashbacks forever. Kitchen tile splashbacks are thankfully back on the favourites list and the choice is bigger than ever.
Yes, everything old is new again – kitchen tile splashbacks are trending massively now. Many Myaree Ceramics clients have discovered that the reason is because you can add loads more character to your kitchen. These days, it’s a really exciting prospect with more colours, shapes and textures than ever before.
You could design 50 kitchens right now and still have some incredible styles and colours left over for more.
Great design saves time
So, how do you decide what’s best for your home? First, take some photos or grab some samples of your dream kitchen scheme – colours, materials, cupboard positioning, natural and artificial light, etc. Second, put them under the nose of one of our brilliant design team members – they have a catalogue of options to help you settle on your personalised splashback solution.
Time and again we’ve been told how talking to one of our experts has been a godsend.
Here’s why. Imagine if there was a way to bring more light into your kitchen with a certain tile. What if one particular coloured tile could highlight a work bench or your designer fridge? What size works best in small spaces? You don’t know to ask about what you don’t know. Myaree Ceramics’ design team, located just south of Perth city, know exactly what’s out there. Their experience is yours to drill down into.
The kitchen tile A-list
With so many quality products to choose from, we can say that there are some kitchen tiles that have hit the highs in popularity right now.
There has been a massive move towards subway tile splashbacks. Available these days in many colours, a popular choice is to mix up your colours and then lay them in creative, non-conventional ways for a modern wow factor.
Larger kitchen tile panels create a more seamless look while mini mosaics provide an entirely different look with great visual impact.
Finally, textured and even 3D tiles can look amazing in the kitchen. 3D tiles have patterns carved into or raised on the tile’s surface, giving a bold architectural feel. It certainly turns the kitchen into something more than just a place to prepare food, and these days this matters more as people opt to entertain in their kitchen whilst prepping a meal.
Believe it or not, this is just touching on the surface of kitchen tiles. With all the information around, nothing beats speaking to designers who can tell you where a tile is from, what space it works best in and how much it costs before you can type the questions into Google.
Make a note to talk to Myaree Ceramics today for tips, tricks and inspiration when it comes to your next tiling project.