Standard flat colours
Pastel splashbacks provide a softer route into colour, while still creating an eye-catching design feature. Lavender, lilac, sage green and duck egg are classic and timeless, while mint, lemon yellow and sky blue have fresh appeal. Blush pink, rose and saffron are cheerful and uplifting, and a coloured glass splashback in one of these shades can brighten up the dullest day.
If you want your room to feel elegant yet cosy, darker hues are the way to go. Shades of ruby, indigo, forest green and aubergine are moody and sophisticated – these rich jewel-tones produce a striking contrast against white or pale coloured cabinets, or create a dramatic complement to natural wood or deeper coloured units.
We produce a large selection of neutral colours, including white, black, cream, oyster, ivory and several grey shades, from mist to charcoal. These can be used to coordinate with walls or cupboards, to blend into the background, or to create a simple, stylish contrast to cabinetry. They work well in minimal understated kitchens, and also allow more ornate designs to stand out.
Whichever shade you choose, the glossy finish of our coloured glass splashback panels never fails to add a polished, high-end look to a space. Because our panels are made to measure, with cut-outs in place for fixtures and fittings, the final result is always sleek and sophisticated. And because they are so easy to clean and maintain, they will continue to look fantastic for many years to come.
Easy Glass Splashbacks uses the clearest flat glass available in the world for its colours, but please be aware that White and other Light Coloured Glass Splashbacks will still be influenced by the slight inherent tint of the glass. Nothing can be done about this, and the same will apply a coloured glass splashback from ANY supplier. Indeed few coloured glass splashback companies are able to buy their glass in sufficient quantity to import the very best ultra clear glass, which is not otherwise available in the UK. Please see the pictures above which demonstrate the effect of the glass on very light colours. As the colours darken, the effect of the tint of the glass becomes negligible. To put this effect into context you may like to look at the white glass walls in the gallery. We will also gladly send you actual glass samples. Just request glass samples by completing our contact page.
What our customers say…