Bright colours add balance to a dark kitchen and this wild lime glass splashback is no exception. Many people feel that the lime green splashback is too vibrant or sickening so wild lime is a popular choice for people wanting a slightly toned down version. In fact wild lime was our second biggest seller in 2013 after black, which was a bit of a surprise. It’s popularity has waned a little of late due to the rise of grey tones to match the newest ranges of German kitchens entering the market, but we feel there is still life in this colour. In this particular example the colour sets off what is a plain minimalist kitchen, if the splashback was darker the kitchen would look a little drab.
The smaller things shouldn’t be forgotten about either, the brushed steel sockets in the glass and the oversize tap are nice features which draw the eye. The solid surface Corian worktops here go perfectly with a glass splashback also as they are both contemporary, seamless, easy to clean surfaces.