Bespoke Glass Splashbacks Instantly Brighten Up Your Kitchen
Dec 02, 2013 12:13
If you want to add a focal point to your cooking area, these Glass Splashbacks are uber modern and aesthetically fascinating. Though they probably aren't very practical, the appealing thing about the designs is that you can choose any color or shape and have any image you choose printed directly onto the glass. All these glasses are toughened, which means they can withstand heat up to 200 degrees Celsius, so it can be positioned behind the cooker.
When you make an order, you only have to provide the measurements, allowing 2-3mm gaps at the sides for expansion, the desired thickness of the glass - which can be as thin as 4mm - and the design you want on the glass, whether it's a particular color, or an image. Once you receive the kit, you'll have to apply a few even blobs of neutral cure silicone adhesive to the back of the glass and assert some pressure when placing it into position. Alternatively, pre-cut screw holes are available.
Unfortunately, these DIY splashbacks are currently only available in the UK. Nevertheless, it's a great idea to consider to immediately spruce up your cooking area.
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