Quality and craftsmanship are two of the most important factors of any family kitchen – while the sole point of the kitchen is functionality, it doesn’t have to be at the expense of style and design.
One of those design features is the inclusion of high-quality splashbacks which can dictate the look of a kitchen. They are low maintenance and bring vibrancy to the space by reflecting light and reducing shadows, as well as acting as a protective surface for walls.
Splashbacks are stylish and functional.
To that end, Stegbar has collaborated with interior designer and trend forecaster Marylou Cafaro to launch the Stegbar Create Splashbacks Series including the Mirror, Metallic and Colour collections.
Marylou says: “The aim was to create understated refined spaces that speak to quality and longevity. A decade ago splashbacks stood out, but now they need to blend in with the whole home design and be an integral part of the joinery and space.”
The series offers a seamless look free from grout lines, while also repelling oil and water due to the addition of Nanoclean Protective Coating.
The Stegbar Colour collection.
The Create Colour Collection
Nature sets the tone for this range of 20 contemporary colours starting with soft white, grey and beige shades, through to darker luxe stone, charcoal and black tones.
The Stegbar Metallic collection.
The Create Metallic Collection
This collection transcends modern and vintage design, featuring four pearlescent looks – pearl gold, pearl copper, pearl beige and pearl dark grey. The mesmerising tones are especially effective when used to complement tap ware and cabinetry door handles.
The Stegbar Mirror collection.
The Create Mirror Collection
Create a sense of spaciousness and modernity with then a reflective silver, bronze or grey mirror. The range’s understated surfaces are a hallmark of contemporary design and will subtly mirror the outdoors in your home while reflecting light and lifting dark spaces.
The range offers a number of glass options from the reflective Clarity Gloss and Lustre Gloss Glass, through to never seen before matte looks. Both of these offer subtlety, blending effortlessly into any contemporary kitchen palette and work particularly well with metallic tones.
Marylou adds: “The palette was carefully chosen to transcend trends and not pigeon-hole a design with colours selected to ensure that the splashback ties all the kitchen elements together, rather than stand out and overtake the space.”