Glass Splashbacks are a modern and hygienic alternative to tiles. Available in any size, shape, colour, pattern or design- glass is the ultimate in customisable materials. Suitable for kitchens and bathrooms, glass can provide a solution for your design needs, whatever your taste. is our very own guide to making your glass choice, from colour selection to measuring. It will also provide you with inspiration, by showing you satisfied customers images. Explore more, by navigating at the top of this page or alternatively visit links to our website to shop our range.


Want a splashback but not sure on how to measure or how to fit? Our easy to use tutorials will walk you through the process, we even have a video!


It is possible to have a splashback, or shower enclosure printed in a design of your choice. Explore our image gallery and choose, or provide an image of your own. Our in-house design team will help create your perfect glass solution.

Colour Match

The beauty of glass is that it can be created in any colour. Thats why we use some of Europes biggest brands, so you can pick a colour that suits your taste. We can even provide samples before making your selection.


Glass is the perfect solution for a bathroom. We can create printed and coloured glass shower doors, cubicles, vanity tops and even custom glass panels for above baths.

The Colour Purple

It’s Pantones colour of the year Radiant Orchid, and we are absolutely in love with it. Love it or hate it, purple is definitely this seasons colour. Whether you follow fashion or interior trends, you’ll see purple on everything from Michael Kors watches, to cars. Amethyst, Byzantium, Lavender, and Orchid are just a few. The beauty of glass is that we can perfect exactly the colour you want… the only question is which? If you find the exact colour you want, and provide the name/shade or colour provider including this years Pantone colour of the year, we can create a splashback that’s just for you. Its worth giving careful consideration to the other materials used in your room or scheme. For example, cupboard doors, worktops and flooring. If your units are oak with black granite, you may steer toward darker shades like Aubergine. If you have vanilla shaker units and pale worktops, perhaps Pantone Radient Orchid? If you have the ever popular white gloss kind... anything goes. Still perplexed? Why not call us for advice?