The beauty of this is that you can change the design any time you wish for a fraction of the cost of ordering a new splashback, simply by removing four screws and swopping the image. It is as simple as changing a picture or print on your wall.
(PRWEB UK) 21 December 2012
Customised glass splashbacks are the hot new trend for kitchens this year, introducing a sense of fun into the most popular room in the house.
Vibrant colourful glass splashbacks have been making a splash over the past two years in the most modern and stylish of kitchens. Homeowners opt for glass rather than tiles as it is more contemporary and is also easier to clean.
People have opted for a dizzying range of colours and styles to express their individuality and to brighten their kitchens, explained Paul Cranston from DIY Splashbacks.
But the newest trend is for homeowners to customise their glass splashback. “Customers can choose any image or design they wish. There are a number of images for customers to choose from but increasingly people are opting to use designs they are creating themselves or photos they’ve taken. One customer asked us to transform an image that she had painted herself. It looked absolutely brilliant in her gorgeous kitchen, a true work of art.” he said.
While homeowners can opt to have their pattern printed directly onto the glass, there is a new option available to the market. DIY Splashbacks have noticed that customers like to regularly freshen up their kitchens, so have launched a new product range to help them do that- Interchangeable Glass Splashbacks.
“The designs are digitally printed onto a 3mm aluminium composite which comes with pre-drilled 6mm Toughened Pilkington Opti Clear Glass. Simply place the UV and water resistant design behind the glass splashback and fit them both together. Mirror screws are also provided to fit them with, which finish off the look beautifully,” Paul added.
“One customer decided to change the look of her splashbacks with the seasons. It’s just like changing the cushions on a sofa. Previously it had been difficult to change the look of a kitchen but this makes it much easier to have a real statement piece that is changeable,” he added.
The beauty of this is that it is now possible change the design any time for a fraction of the cost of ordering a new splashback, simply by removing four screws and swapping the image. It is as simple as changing a picture or print on the wall.
The company also offers value for money curved splashbacks to cover many models of shaped cooker hoods. Check out the latest trends in kitchens at http://www.diysplashbacks.co.uk and see what they have to offer.