Hygiene is very important in the kitchen, and when it comes to splashbacks, there is nothing better than glass in this regard. Glass splashbacks are installed as one, large piece. This means that no grout is needed in the installation.
And we all know that grout is an ideal home for bacteria and germs. This is actually another reason why homeowners also have their tile walls replaced with glass splashbacks as part of their bathroom renovations in Sydney—that is, to help keep their bathroom free from germs and bacteria that may be lurking in the grout in their tile walls.
A Brighter Kitchen
Glass has excellent reflective qualities, which means that they are capable of letting light bounce off their surface and project it to the rest of the space or area where they are installed. Many interior designers take advantage of this fact as evidenced by their preference for using glass over other materials not just for kitchens but for other home renovation ideas. By having glass splashbacks installed, you can help make your kitchen appear brighter and more welcoming.
Available in Various Colours and Styles
Glass splashbacks also come in a variety of colours and styles. If your aesthetic tastes lean more towards the simpler and more minimalist side of things, you can choose to go for solid coloured glass. But if you’re after a bolder and more striking appeal, then why not consider patterned glass splashbacks or those with photos and images embedded on them? Whichever style you choose, just be sure that you get experienced home builders to install them. It would be a shame if you have a great looking glass splashback but is not installed properly. Sure, tiles and paint can also come in different designs and styles, but there is just something about glass that gives colour and design more depth and vibrancy.