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6 ideas to choose or revamp your kitchen splashback

6 ideas to choose or revamp your kitchen splashback


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In addition to protecting your walls from projections, the splashback is a major decorative player in the kitchen. So, if you no longer support the one who accompanies you on a daily basis, it is time to change it or give it a little makeover. Wood, laminate, stainless steel, paint, stickers, discover 6 ideas for trendy splashbacks, inexpensive and easy to install.

A good paint job

Tired of this credenza in beige and dated tiles? Say goodbye! Thanks to paints specially designed for this type of renovation, give your kitchen a new look. Small budget, but a lot of time because embarking on this type of work requires thoroughness and patience. Some essential steps not to miss your shot: * carefully wash the old tiles * apply an undercoat if the paint chosen requires it * apply one or two coats of paint as needed * let it dry and avoid contact with it water for at least ten days On the color side, the choice is quite limited, but we like the idea of ​​a deep black to enhance the furniture.

© Leroy Merlin

A stylized laminated credenza

Appreciated for its affordable cost and practical implementation, the laminate credenza is on the rise. And it is undoubtedly thanks to the multitude of patterns and effects of existing materials that it has won the hearts of decoration lovers in recent years. Graphic chevron style, it energizes and gives the room a completely different look. But it also knows how to be loved when it takes on the features of polished concrete, slate, brushed stainless steel or even white marble. Sensitive to heat, note all the same that kitchen designers prohibit laminate behind gas hobs.

© Leroy Merlin

A wooden credenza

For a soft and natural atmosphere straight from Scandinavia, turn to the wooden kitchen splashback. Chosen in blond color, it brings a touch of warmth and modernity. The ideal for a successful result is to change the work plan at the same time so that everything is harmonious. Even if in terms of aesthetics, it is highly appreciated, the wooden splashback is not always easy to clean and requires regular maintenance. Think about it before you get started.

© GOAL

Cement tile effect stickers

Going into renovating a credenza in real cement tiles is a bit like an obstacle course. In addition to the budget (one hundred euros per m2), this often requires dismantling the tall furniture and having in stock some serious notions of DIY to put them down and protect them. The other solution that is available to you if you have fallen under their spell: stickers with authentic prints. No need to break the existing tiles, you directly stick your square stickers. If only certain tiles displease you, you can also choose to cover only them. For a few euros, they bring the little touch that was missing to your decor.

© Ambiance Sticker

Stainless steel plates

Like the pros! Design and timeless, the stainless steel kitchen splashback can be installed in the blink of an eye and above all has the advantage of being easily cleaned. Hygienic, resistant to heat, humidity and corrosion, it is undoubtedly a great investment to last over time. If many kitchen designers offer it tailor-made, this of course has a cost. There then remains the solution of the panels to be fixed next to each other, much less expensive (the plates are bought on average around forty euros per m2) and also easier to install.

© Motex

An adhesive splashback

To give a little clean to the kitchen without going through major works or simply because as a tenant you do not have the authorization, bet on the adhesive splashback. If the first versions of a few years ago lacked character, this is clearly no longer the case today. Some brands have also specialized in this clever coating and offer a multitude of styles: cement tiles, metro tiles, mosaic, white marble ... In addition to its economic aspect (count on average 65 euros per m2 for qualitative plates), the adhesive backsplash is above all very easy to install and can cover the tiling which you have grown tired of in two stages, three movements.

© The Smart Tiles