Re: Show Us Your Splashback422
Jul 16, 2017 10:11 pm
I've only got a pic of the sample - I wanted non reflective glass, as I really dislike light and heat bouncing around in the kitchen in summer. And we're not 'bling' fans, anyway.
Had to email the entire list of splashback suppliers in my state to find ONE source. More power to them.
It didn't cost that much more than regular glass, which we expected it to cuz it's from Italy and only a limited supply.
And it has no trace of that green colour that most Australian glass has. It makes me feel ill that green colour - especially en masse in a high rise.
Very happy, tho. This in a white and grey kitchen with caesarstone bianco drift benchtops. Ignore the black, just another sample.
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