So, you’ve agonised on the style and layout on your new kitchen, you’ve tried to get as much storage space shoehorned in, and added as many sockets as the electrician will allow, and then some! Have you though, put much thought or consideration into your kitchen worktops and splashbacks? This is something I think that should have just as much planning and thought put into it, as they can really lift a whole kitchen into something very special.
Today I wanted to introduce a really cool company to you called CreoGlass, who’s showroom is in Hertfordshire but you can also purchase their products online. CreoGlass have some brilliant ideas, that will definitely add some colour, individuality even a little sparkle into your kitchen or indeed bathroom!
I wanted to share with you this video first.
A day in the life of CreoGlass:
I think it really does show that a lot of different processes, and so much care goes into their products.
We don’t have a splashback in our kitchen, and I have been agonising over what I was going to have. Having watched the video and looked at the site however, has really firmed up to me, that the glass splashback would work perfectly in my home. I love the clean uncluttered look that they give, the visual impact that a splash of solid colour gives. They would be easier to clean than a tile with grout undoubtedly too!
I have been perusing the site all morning, looking at what I would pick out as my favourites from the many kinds of work top and splashback that they produce.
I loved this subtle powder blue glass, a really good choice I think with the paler veined marble worktop.
I couldn’t resist this purple sparkle effect on the splashback, and plain purple as the worktop, a real wining combo I think!
As I mentioned previously they also can provide splashbacks for bathrooms too, so included two of my favourite from this room.
The CreoGlass site is full of inspiration and helpful guidance from the ordering process right up to the choice of colours, with ranges from Farrow & Ball, Dulux and Pantone.
I think I have found my ideal one though, it’s just perfect for my space, the stripes are mirror and would definitely make a kitchen feel longer and the clean lines hopefully make it feel less cramped.
They are great aren’t they, I’d love to hear which is your favourite is?