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A splashback brings a room together to create a blending of colours and textures. It adds a certain charm to the space. A marble backsplash looks amazing while providing a certain classic charm to the place.


Using a Splashback


The splashback covers a relatively miniscule area of the wall with tile. By incorporating the tile throughout the home with various finishes, you truly create a variety of looks. Weave in various pops of color, interesting shapes, precious stone looks and unique materials You can even opt to have a detailed mosaic fashioned on one wall. The classic subway tile has reigned supreme for decades and is quickly regaining a new following as people gear up to remodel their homes.

Splashback Patterns


You can go with a marble splashback in the bathroom and try precious stone for your kitchen backsplash. Once you make the stone tile choice and finish then it’s time to decide on the best pattern to showcase the space.

  • Herringbone
  • Brick pattern
  • Horizontal
  • Vertical stacked
  • Offset
  • Angled
  • Crosshatch
  • And more possibilities to create your own unique feel and look.

Textured Splashback


Why not try a textured splashback? It renders drama to the space and creates a certain depth that is eye-catching. Choose from stone, geometric, mosaics, porcelain, patterned, print, or faux appearance tiles to create a stunning visual focal point in the room.

Creating Your Own Splashback Masterpiece


Think of the splashback as a blank canvas where you can create a masterpiece. Whether you choose an accent, mosaic, or patterned tiles, you can mix and match to create a one-of-a-kind appearance or go with a more traditional look that adds timeless charm to the space.


Contact the tile experts at Kaolin to learn more.