Our new kitchen is nearly complete but I am still struggling to choose a splashback. The cabinetry is off-white and we have Caesarstone benchtops and timber floors.
I am thinking it should make a statement and be a little more bold but I am nervous about getting it wrong.
I can't even decide on what material to use - tiles or glass. And has anyone used Metaline? Any input appreciated.
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I see that you have already found a couple of other splashback discussions on the site. It is always a good idea to use search on the community to see if you can get some ideas and advice from previous posts. You might also be interested in this previous discussion - What would you do with this kitchen - as it includes photos of our glass splashback in our white kitchen (although they are a little reflective in the shots). We are still very happy with our choice!
I trust other members will have some helpful advice for you.
See if you can track down a local Bim (3D model) interior Design student or someone using revit +Lumion. Get a quote it should cost approx $100 and you can see exactly what you want in image or Video formats.
The same 3D Model can be used to extract Data & Areas for estimating material & Costs
I have recommended stainless steel before, I particularly like stainless shelves and then tiles or glass or whatever above. It works well. I don't like tiles near a cooktop as the grout can be hard to clean. You could also continue the stone?