Splashbacks : Architectural Kitchen Spaces



Wanting a change in the kitchen? Lets show you a couple of fantastic ways to transform your kitchen into a place of desire.

The Splashback Company has collaborated with a unique team of artists to create Everprint Glass. The product allows them to capture any image, pattern or photograph on glass for use in a range of architectural applications. Everprint Glass is suitable for use in both interior and exterior settings including: kitchens, bathrooms, bar, restaurants, facades, signage and furniture. It’s constructed using 6mm toughened safety glass, it is suitable for use behind a gas cook-top.  And is UV and fade resistant. 
The project is a collaboration with Melbourne Artist Soula MantalvanosThe sketch is an adaptation of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo’s The Banquet of Cleopatra’.


Everprint Glass: Created By Melbourne Based Designer Brent O’Keefe






Insitu Furniture: Caprice Stool: Marcello Ziliani


Areaware: Orbit Chandelier: Patrick Townsend


Next up is another wonderful product from The Spashback Company.


Prosatin is a smooth, non-reflective glass splashback.  Prosatin is an alternative to the ‘high gloss’ finish of a regular glass splashback with the same level of heat resistance and durability.





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Poliform Sideboard-Immagini-073


The Splashback Company: Prostain Splashback

Insitu Furniture: Miura Stool by Plank: Designer: Konstantin Gricic


Poliform: Free Sideboard: Designer: Carlo Colombo




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