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Kitchen Splashbacks: Why They Would Make a Great Addition

18 November 2016
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Whether you are building a new home from scratch or you are seeking renovations for your current home, a feature that you should consider are splashbacks. Some people may not consider these furnishings under the assumption that they are not necessary for their kitchen. The reality is that splashbacks offer you an array of benefits that will make your kitchen more functional as well as attractive. Below are some of the reasons why splashbacks would make a great addition to your kitchen. Read More …

Glass Splashbacks: Why They Make a Great Addition to Your Home

16 November 2016
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The most conventional material used for splashbacks is tile. This is largely because of its ready availability. Moreover, tile is also one of the most affordable materials that you could consider. Nevertheless, you will find that your tile splashbacks will need to be replaced over tie as they succumb to disrepair. The staining that occurs on the grouting can make your entire wall look like an eyesore. If you would like a long-lasting solution for your splashback needs, you should consider glass splashbacks. Read More …

How to Add Personality to Your Kitchen

15 November 2016
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If you like the basic layout and design of your kitchen, but feel that it doesn't quite reflect your personality, here are a few ways to introduce some of your own individual flair into the room. Hang wall art One of the quickest and most effective ways to inject some character into a bland kitchen is to hang art on its walls. If you're fortunate enough to have a relatively spacious kitchen, you might want to consider creating a gallery wall; even the plainest of rooms can be transformed into a beautiful and unique space with a collection of carefully-curated photographs, paintings and prints from a person's favourite artists. Read More …

Window Replacements: Glass Types You Could Consider

2 November 2016
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If you have embarked on home renovations, one of the decisions you would have to make is what type of glass to use in the structure. Traditionally, annealed glass was the main option homeowners would choose from glaziers when it came to the windowpanes of their home. Despite being an economical option, this type of glass does not provide your residence with other features such as safety or energy efficiency. This is why it is a good idea to consider another type of glass that could benefit you in an assortment of applications in and around the home. Read More …

Ways Glass Splashbacks Would Benefit Any Kitchen

2 November 2016
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When some homeowners consider glass splashbacks, they assume that they would only complement kitchens with a contemporary design. The reality is that these splashbacks will enhance the aesthetics of any type of kitchen, regardless of whether the design is traditional or modern. Moreover, glass splashbacks also provide you with advantages that you may not be able to enjoy with other materials, such as ceramic tiles. If you are looking to install new splashbacks, here are some of the ways that glass splashbacks would be beneficial for any kitchen. Read More …

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Tips on Installing Glass Splashbacks Behind Gas Stoves

Hello, my name is Hugh and I’ve recently finished renovating our kitchen. The project itself wasn’t that much trouble (my wife knows exactly what she wants and I just go along with her!) but we did hit a couple of snags along the way. For example, my wife really wanted a glass splashback to run behind our stove. I didn’t think this would be a problem; however, we’re using a gas stove and our kitchen company pointed out that we needed to run some checks and maybe even do some work before it would be safe to put glass behind this kind of oven. I had no idea that a glass splashback might not be suitable for every kitchen and I thought other people might find it useful to learn what you need to know before installing this kind of splashback.