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Kitchen Splashbacks

If you’re looking for a way of adding a decorative touch to your home while still ensuring it’s practical, kitchen splashbacks are a great option. Splashbacks are used to protect walls from mess and splatter while cooking, keeping your kitchen clean and hygienic. We offer a wide variety of glass, aluminium and acrylic splashbacks, available in a variety of colours and finishes, all completely made-to-measure at competitive prices.

    Gloss Kitchen Splashbacks

    On a budget? We've got you covered. Our stylish high gloss option is solid-coloured acrylic and comes in a fantastic colour range, you're sure to find one to complement your kitchen.


    Over 25 Colour Options

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    Matt Kitchen Splashbacks

    Give your kitchen a modern and stylish look with a trendy matt acrylic splashback. Available in popular white, black, and grey, or add a pop of colour with our pastel range.


    Over 12 Colour Options

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    Premium Acrylic Splashbacks

    Available in any colour, our Premium range looks just like glass to add a touch of high-end luxury at an affordable price point. The colour is spray painted for a flawless finish.


    Plus Your Custom Colour

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    Glass Splashbacks

    Perfect behind a gas or electric hob, our toughened glass splashbacks exude luxury in a kitchen, while ensuring durability.


    Plus Your Custom Colour

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    Aluminium Composite

    The latest trend in Splashbacks from brushed copper to a mirrored splashback, the ultimate in style and sophistication.


    2 Mirrored & 5 Brushed

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Over 50 Colours to Choose From


Why Buy a Kitchen Splashback From Us?

Made to Measure Kitchen Doors

Made to Measure

Any specific shape, with cutouts for sockets and switches

Fast delivery

Quick Delivery

Dispatched within 7 days, delivered straight to your door

Kitchen doors close up

Easy to Install

No cutting on site needed

Easy to clean

Easy to Clean

Simply wipe with a damp cloth

Vinyl Backing

Vinyl Backing

On most gloss finishes to hide adhesive, tiles or wall imperfections

Easy to clean

Exquisite Range

A range of materials, available in any colour

Protective Backing

Unlike many of our competitors, we take the extra step of adding a layer of vinyl to the back of our most of our gloss acrylic kitchen splashbacks for extra protection. Please do not peel this off - you will know if it is the protective film as it will have a blue sticker on it stating that it shouldn't be peeled off.

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unpeeling protective sticker
splashback sheets laid out
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The vinyl backing on these splashbacks effectively conceals any adhesive you use during installation. You won't have to worry about any unsightly adhesive marks or residue showing through the acrylic sheet, as our vinyl backing offers a uniform and polished appearance. This allows you to enjoy the vibrant colours and beautiful patterns of our splashbacks without any distractions.

Splashbacks Behind a Hob

It is not recommended to use a Perspex® acrylic or aluminium composite splashback behind open heat sources, such as a cooker. These materials can only tolerate temperatures of up to 80°C before discolouring and warping. Therefore, it is advised not to fit acrylic or aluminium composite splashbacks behind an electric or gas hob. However, if you have an induction hob, you may place an acrylic splashback behind it with a 50mm gap between the panel and the hob. Alternatively, for an aluminium composite splashback, a 150mm gap between the panel and hob is recommended behind an induction hob.

Our toughened glass splashbacks are the most suitable option to fit behind a heat source as they have high heat resistance. Additionally, they can be accurately matched in colour to any acrylic splashbacks used in the other areas of your kitchen.


Hob/Cooker Type Glass Splashback Acrylic Splashback Aluminium Composite Splashback

 *50mm gap

 *150mm gap

Splashback Guides

modern kitchen with white doors and black splashback How to Measure Your Splashback

Measuring for a new splashback for your kitchen or bathroom can seem like a difficult process, but in reality, it's very simple.

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adhesive being applied to acrylic splashback Splashback Installation

While it may be daunting, particularly for those new to DIY projects, you’ll be surprised at how easy installation is.

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kitchen with a colourful printed splashback Splashback Alterations

If you need to make alterations to your splashback, our informative guide will help you through the process.

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template download examples for splashbacks Splashback Template

Use our handy online visualiser or download one of our templates, edit yourself and upload it when you place your order.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of splashback?

Splashbacks offer an affordable way to update your home's look without redecorating the entire room. A competent DIYer can install them in just a few hours, saving the cost of hiring contractors.

Their incredibly easy wipe-clean surface keeps high-traffic areas like kitchens and bathrooms hygienic by protecting walls from water damage and food splashes. Splashbacks can be used as full wall panels or just upstands to prevent water from dripping beneath counters.

Made from durable materials, splashbacks are a long-lasting investment that will maintain their quality for years. Their versatility means you can choose from many options to quickly update your décor.

What is the difference between an acrylic and glass splashback?

Glass splashbacks are made of durable, scratch-resistant tempered glass while acrylic ones are made of lightweight yet flexible acrylic Perspex®. Though acrylic can scratch more easily, it is cheaper, easier to install, and offers more customization options compared to glass. Glass splashbacks, however, can withstand higher temperatures.

Are acrylic splashbacks heat-resistant?

Acrylic splashback panels melt at high temperatures or from exposure to direct flames. The melting point for most Perspex plastics is 80 degrees Celcius, so they cannot withstand extreme temperatures. We recommend using our glass splashbacks which will withstand any heat.

Can I put an acrylic splashback behind a hob?

Not if it is gas or electric. You will need a gap of 50mm between an induction hob and the acrylic sheet.

How do you fit a kitchen splashback?

While we suggest you hire a professional to fit any of our splashbacks, it is possible to fit our splashbacks yourself. To do so, you will require an adhesive, and finish with a neutral cure silicone to seal along where your splashback meets the surface.

How do you clean a splashback?

Clean splashbacks regularly with a soft, lint-free cloth, and warm soapy water.

  • Use gentle circular motions.
  • Rinse off soap residue thoroughly.
  • Avoid abrasive cleaners or scouring pads that could scratch.
  • Promptly clean spills to prevent staining.
  • Use a squeegee on a glass splashback, and plastic polish for an acrylic splashback.
  • Gentle, weekly cleaning prevents buildup and keeps splashbacks looking their best.

Can you cut a custom hole for plug sockets?

We can customize your splashback to fit your specific requirements. If you need to accommodate plug sockets, choose the Cut-Outs option when ordering and specify the socket location. You can use our visualizer tool to preview how your custom splashback will look. This allows you to check that all specifications are correct before ordering. If you need any assistance with customizing your splashback, please contact our team at info@cutmy.co.uk. We're happy to help make sure your new splashback is tailored to your unique needs.

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