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Redecorating your kitchen gives you lots of different decisions to think about. What colour scheme are you going for? What style are you going for? Are you going to totally redecorate, or are you just going to change a few things here and there? Are you going to change your hardware, e.g. your kitchen countertop, or are you going to work around it?
One part of a kitchen redecoration that many people don’t think about at first, is a splashback.
What is splashback?
A splashback sits above your oven stove and over your work surface, to prevent splashes from heading upwards and staining your walls. Obviously the name pretty much describes it, but in case you didn’t know, this is what a splashback is used for. If you don’t have a splashback, you will see pretty soon that you will have all manner of food stains on your walls, ones which may be rather difficult to remove.
You can choose from a couple of different choices when it comes to your splashback, mainly glass or stone.
For this, we are going to go down the route of stone, but why do we think this is the best option?
It’s certainly not worth trying to go without a splashback in your kitchen, because you are simply going to spend a considerable amount of time trying to clean food stains from your walls, many of which simply won’t come off. This is going to mean you need to redecorate your walls or re-paint on a regular basis, and that in itself is costly and time consuming. A stone splashback could simply take all of this stress and expense away, whilst also looking great in your new kitchen redecoration efforts too.
Why would you risk ruining your new walls when you can fix it all so easily?