The kitchen and bathroom are two very special rooms in a house. The kitchen is the heart of the home while the confines of the bathroom walls see a good amount of people’s private time. This explains why many people invest heavily in the decor of these rooms, especially in the colour scheme; they often strive to create an atmosphere of calm and happiness.
The different uses to which these rooms are put demand that you colour them differently. People usually like them to reflect some character or their personalities in one way or another. You can use different splashback colours to achieve the effect you want, and choosing them is easier than you imagine. Click here if you want to try out our Kitchen Colour Designer.
Style up the Ambience
The first step in your room decor project will be to identify the particular look and feel you want to achieve. This will be the basis of your theme choice. Some people may seek to achieve a formal, neat look; others may want a light, airy look. There are still those after a homely look. Once you are decided on that, the colour scheme of your room and eventually your splashbacks will not be so hard to figure out.
Make a Trendy Decision
Cultural movements, fashion events, manufacturer design updates and popular travel destinations are trendy places to start looking when you want to know what is new. Looking up information from these sources will influence the colour ideas you have in mind if not totally help you with the final decision.
Finalise the Colour Selection
The glass splashback you pick will be a part of your home for a long time, and it may even be the centre piece of the room. So you must be careful to get the colour right. After looking for all the inspiration you can handle and settling on a style, it is time to make it personal.
A colour scheme that is a duplicate of your living room may not work perfectly for your kitchen or bathroom because of the difference in lighting and accessories. To avoid costly mistakes, you will need a colour chart that allows you to compare different shades and patterns that you can have on your glass splashbacks. Our colour charts have proven to be invaluable to home decorators at this point because they go as far as your creativity will take you.
You can find the base colour for your motif on the Bespoke Glass Design charts by doing comparisons with a neutral colour like white. This will help you first to identify likely colour schemes and patterns, and secondly to eliminate those that least blend with the decor of the room. Squinting while looking at the samples will also help you out a lot! Believe it or not, squinting makes colours clearer so don’t hold back.
You can even choose to make your glass splashbacks the base of your colour scheme. Feel free to use our colour charts to help you with the decision. If feeling lost, consult our team for assistance. Time spent with us will be worth your while.