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Coloured & Mirrored Splashbacks


Coloured & Mirrored

A glass splashback adds the finishing touch to your room - be it the splashback  in your kitchen, bathroom or laundry, or a mirror for any room in your home. 
You can use a glass panel painted in your company brand colours for your reception areas or lunchroom or almost any location in the workplace.  A smaller piece of painted glass can be used to carry your brand theming beyond the office entry.

While being functional, glass can be used to bring colour or light into your space - be it new or existing but in need of a refresh or facelift.  
Browse the Resene, Dulux or PPG range of colours .for ideas.

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Coloured Glass Splashback

Glass is a highly versatile product with a smooth, easy to clean finish.   With a limitless range of colours, you can transform the look of your kitchen, bathroom or feature area in your home or office with the installation of a coloured glass splashback or panel.  Bring a contemporary fresh look to a previously dull space

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Mirrored Glass Splashback

  Mirrors are a functional part of everyday life, but with a little thought and an artistic eye they can become so much more.  Create something that can enhance any room by making it a feature as well as the room appearing larger, filled with extra light.  They are a simple cost-effective way to enhance the value of your home or commercial premises.  

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The Process



Measure + Quote

Contact us for a quote over the phone, via email, or to arrange to meet a consultant on site. If you havent already chosen your colour or your design, our consultant will have some samples with them.

The glass is ordered -  cut to your exact  measurements complete with custom cutouts


Glass Processing



Glass is sprayed with the colour of your choice.

We will call and arrange a time to fit the glass.  We glue fix splashbacks to the wall and neatly silicon seal the edges. 









For more kitchen splashback ideas view our coloured glass and mirrored glass gallery:




Selecting a Colour

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Your kitchen splashbacks are one of the most visible features of your kitchen and can pull the whole look together. To avoid splashback regret, it’s important that you choose a colour which looks right in your space. If you’re not sure where to go with your splashback colour scheme, we’re here to share some of our top tips to make your decision a little easier!


Stunning neutrals  The neutral kitchen continues to be the most popular colour scheme and this can be carried through to your splashbacks. Sophisticated, timeless and elegant – neutral splashbacks can complement the tones of the kitchen without being too overbearing. 


Pop of colour  if you’ve adopted a bright colour scheme for your whole kitchen design, or you want to add some drama to an otherwise neutral space, your splashbacks are an easy way to make a statement with colour. 

Colour - Whether a stunning neutral or a pop of colour we have a range of coloured glass samples available in our showroom.  For other colour ideas have a look at the Resene colour chart or Dulux colour chart .  If you have a favorite colour that is not standard we can colour match.


Size of the space  When it comes to the colour of your splashbacks, you do need to consider the size of the space. For example, even if you love the drama of a darker colour, this often isn’t the best choice in a small space as they’ll absorb the light. Similarly, a white splashback in a large space can look a bit clinical if the rest of the kitchen is also very neutral. Always think about the size of the space you’re working with as this will inform colour choice.

Room Lighting.  the lighting in the room play a big part in colour selection.  A dark splashback in a dark room may close in the space.  A lighter colour or mirror will open up a smaller space.

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