Splashbacks perform a fairly basic task of protecting your wall from water, grease and splatters, but can make a huge difference to the overall look of your kitchen. The information in this section considers factors of functionality, durability, ease of cleaning, style, colour, design and of course price to assist you in choosing the right materials to make your kitchen both practical and stylish.

Ceramic Tiles

A ceramic tile splashback is an inexpensive and popular option which is available in a range of colours, designs, finished and sizes. Ceramic tiles are also reasonably durable and easy to clean.


Glass splashbacks provide a sleek, stylish look and come in a vast range of colours. They are durable and easy to clean but are generally more expensive than other options.

Acrylic panels

Acrylic panels provide a mirror-finished alternative to coloured glass splashbacks and are available in a range of solid and metallic colours. However, they are not recommended for installation behind cooking appliances and therefore may not be suitable for your kitchen.

Aluminium Composite Panels

Aluminium composite panels are a durable, versatile and cost-effective alternative to the glass panel look. However limited colour and design options are available when using aluminium composite panels.


Stone splashbacks are a stylish and contemporary option which is relatively durable and easy to clean. However, stone is more expensive and high-maintenance than some other options.

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel splashbacks provide a fashionable industrial and contemporary look that is durable. It is, however, a more expensive option.

Pressed Tin Panels

Kitchen & Renovation Concepts supplies pressed tin panels manufactured by Pressed Tin Panels in their factory in Bathurst. Splashbacks of pressed tin panels are durable and easy to clean. They are available in a vast range of design options and can be powder coated with any Dulux colour to provide an exciting and contemporary look in your kitchen.