Splashbacks to Revamp Your Kitchen & Bathroom
Change the Look of Your Home Instantly
Transform the look of your kitchen or bathroom with contemporary, hygienic and durable glass splashbacks.
Coloured splashbacks will change the look and feel of your kitchen and bathroom from drab to designer chic in an instant.
Even better, glass splashbacks are available in many more colour options than ceramic tiles.
At Belgrave Glass, we offer a wide range of shapes and finishes for any glass splashback you choose, including clear, sprayed and sandblasted. It’s your choice. And glass splashbacks can easily be cut to fit the most awkward of corners and tight spaces.
It doesn’t matter where you are in Leicester, Loughborough, Hinckley, Market Harborough and many other surrounding areas, we’ll create the kitchen splashback and bathroom splashback you want.
Bespoke designs for kitchen splashbacks & bathroom splashbacks
Here at Belgrave Glass, we can create the bespoke styles you want for your kitchen splashbacks and bathroom splashbacks.
Tell us what you want and we’ll follow your design ideas and measurements to produce a quality product that you will be completely thrilled with.
So you’ll have a truly individual kitchen or bathroom that reflects your style.
Why glass splashbacks?
Unlike ceramic tiles, granite and wood, glass splashbacks are durable, heat-resistant, easy to keep clean, won’t discolour over time, and they won’t get scratched or marked.
- No discolouration
- No staining
- No scorch marks
- No scratches or other marks
- Plus, they reflect light which makes any room feel & look more spacious
They’re hygienic and very easy to clean. Best of all, you won’t have to spend hours searching online to find the cleaning products you need for your kitchen splashback or bathroom splashback. That’s because they can be kept clean with normal domestic glass cleaning products.
What all this means is that years from now, your glass splashback will look just as stunning as the day it’s installed. That’s definitely not the case for ceramic tiles (think of all that nasty, discoloured grouting), wood or granite.