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Reflective Glass Splashbacks

A proven, contemporary statement piece that will add value to your new kitchen or renovation

mirror splashback

A modern style that really opens up the kitchen

Mirrored glass splashbacks are a very popular option with a number of styles to choose from. Standard, Smokey Grey, Bronze or Antique. Different types of mirror work best in different styles of kitchens. Grey mirror is cool and industrial, whereas something with a bronze tint may bring some warmth. As the colours won't clash with others in the kitchen; traditional, contemporary or unique.. there's always a style that will work for you.

Contact us today for a free measure and quote in the Greater Auckland region

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Reflective Glass Splashbacks

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Styling Harmony

The reflective nature of the mirror allows a splashback to easily harmonize with the kitchen. There are no new elements introduced, so theres nothing to worry about matching. The various shades wont clash with other colours present in the room.

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Open up the Kitchen

Mirrors are great at reflecting light, which will make a kitchen feel more spacious, open and bright. This means they’re especially effective in small or dark kitchens, where they can transform an otherwise cramped space into a comfortable place for cooking, working and socialising. Having a splashback that reflects the garden our patio may even create the illusion of more outdoor space.

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Easy to Keep Clean

Toughened glass is extremely easy to clean. With no joins and a smooth texture, most smears and marks simply wipe right off with a spray of ordinary glass cleaner. A little bit of technique is required to get every smear from the mirror finish, but is easily picked up and becomes a breeze.

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Added Bonus

A mirrored splashback behind the stove allows you to keep an eye on small children, chat to friends or even keep track of those reality shows on tv, all without even having to turn around!

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Design Themes

Traditional - For a traditional kitchen or one in a period home, consider an ‘antiqued’ design, which has a mottled appearance and creates a lovely warm, soft, vintage look. Even a beveled edge is possible provided there are no cut-outs or notches.
Contemporary - If you want a contemporary feel, a tinted mirror with downlighting is a great option. The flat, smooth dark reflective look combines with modern LEDS to create an ultra modern look. Tinted designs come in a choice of colours, including grey and bronze.
Unique - For something a litlle outside the box, try a combination of our matte finish glass with a heavy antique effect. In the right kitchen, the results are spectacular.

Mirror Effects

chrome hinge Grey or Bronze
brushed chrome Luna Antique
gunmetal hinge Omega Antique

Additional Information

Measure / Quote

We offer a free, no obligation measure and quote in the Greater Auckland region. 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 design, our consultant will have some samples with them and is experienced to help you in the selection process. On acceptance of a quote we will conduct a final measure.

Preparations

The wall must be generally flat, but not necessarily stopped as the paint or silvering we use is well covered, fully opaque and free of read through. Our consultant can make recommendations on site if anything is necessary. All cupboards benchtops and rangehoods should be installed and in position for a final measure. The glass splashback is typically the last thing to be installed in the kitchen, but you can get the quote and colour selection process under way well before the final measure stage. If its necessary, with a little co-ordinated planning, rangehoods can go up after the final installation (but not after the final measure and before install).

Glass Types

The glass types (shown above) are all 5mm toughened safety glass with flat polished (chamfered) edges.

Shapes and Cut Outs

Internal holes are cut and power points sit on top of the glass as they would the wall (they overlap so there is no gap or silicon around the edge of them). Glass can be cut with curves, corners, notches or shapes provided it can go through the toughening process. Typical things that may be an issue in the toughening process are the distance of internal holes to the edge of the glass (less than 25mm to the edge), and very thin shapes that create weak points. We work around this by splitting the glass into multiple pieces and measuring for the joins to be hardly noticeable, or blend in with the kitchen design.

Installation

We will call and arrange a time to fit the glass. The installation generally takes 1-2 hours depending on the size of the job. We glue fix splashbacks to the wall and neatly silicon seal the edges. Occasionally it may involve coordination with a plumber if taps require removal, or an electrician if the installation is effected by oven wiring.

Supply / Deliver

We can supply and deliver any of our splashback glass to customers in the Auckland region. Be careful to provide us with the exact, accurate measurements. Once a panel has been toughened for a splashback, it cannot be trimmed. As a guideline, we generally allow a 3mm tolerance on the width and height - 1.5mm either side.

Warranty

Neatly silicon sealed. All of our splashbacks are guaranteed for 10 years for the product and workmanship
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