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Kitchen glass splashback - naff or not naff?

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CookieDoughKid Sun 23-Nov-14 20:30:46

I have a very modern white kitchen, handless, sleek and streamlined. I'm wanting to have an 'all in one' piece of glass splashback behind the hob. A bit like this photo here. I'm also thinking of a photographic or printed glass similar in the photo.

What are your thoughts? Do you think it could look dated quickly? It's not cheap (in region of £200 to £300) so I want to get it right! Many thanks for your input and if you have any other suggestions.

Misty9 Mon 24-Nov-14 15:22:22

We've got a stripey coloured splash back in our white gloss kitchen, and it looks fab grin
I'll try to take a photo but it's matched to red upstands round the worktops too, and our inspiration was the stripey one on tops tiles (but couldn't custom make). The whole lot cost £800 but it looks great and brightens up the north facing room.

Misty9 Mon 24-Nov-14 15:25:40

this

CookieDoughKid Mon 24-Nov-14 21:01:27

Very funky!! I love it. Do you ever get tired of looking at it though? That's what I'd be worried about!!

Misty9 Mon 24-Nov-14 22:33:47

Do you mean tired of as in it being too much? When it was first put up i did feel like it whacked you across the chops a bit - but now I don't notice its brightness if you see what I mean, just that it looks great. Does that make sense?!

Ours is a lot more orange and red than the tops one. It was a nightmare to get designed, but mostly due to shockingly poor communication from the glass company.

Go on, do it grin

CookieDoughKid Tue 25-Nov-14 19:34:16

Ok I will do it!! I've a north facing kitchen so I'm sure it will really brighten up the room!! Thanks for your response. Much appreciated!!

Misty9 Tue 25-Nov-14 22:39:16

Yey! grin are you getting the tops one? We loved it but wasn't big enough for our space.

Misty9 Tue 25-Nov-14 22:39:45

Oh, and glass is SO easy to clean!

Gozogozo Wed 26-Nov-14 15:28:22

Hi all
I would love a glass splashback but perfectly ordinary colours from splashback specialists are coming in at just under £2k (I need total length of nearly 6m)
It seems very pricey when compared to Minty ' s gorgeous designer one up thread. .any suggestions of where to go to cut the cost?
TIA

Misty9 Wed 26-Nov-14 18:42:51

Ours was a local glass company go , are the companies you've contacted just bog standard glass ones? I'm East of England but not sure I'd recommend them! I seem to remember a fairly cheap priced website one though? Will try to remember... 6 metres is a lot, is it all high splash back rather than upstands? Ours was oversized and was just under a metre squared I think. Will try to post a photo later.

Misty9 Thu 27-Nov-14 14:18:32

This is ours smile

Misty9 Thu 27-Nov-14 14:19:34

Try again...

twainiac Thu 27-Nov-14 19:21:02

I love that misty, just about to start looking for sometning similar!

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