Sandbanks is a small peninsula that sits at the mouth of Poole Harbour, in Dorset. As an area, it has been referred to Britain's Palm Beach by media coverage and despite its location, holds the fourth highest land value in the entire world. This client’s bachelor pad was in need of a great splashback, so they contacted us.
Featuring a polished concrete theme, the main glass panel is a stone coloured dalaman and features mainly netural colours. In something that could be described as eyecatching yet discrete, blacks, greys and silvers all tie the piece together to create something that instantly improves the room, even if it is not obvious.
A slight tease of orange allows some personality to come through, but for the most part the pieces blend in with the kitchen, allowing the whole room to look fabulous whilst retaining a sense of modesty. We have to say, the glass panel works perfectly with the stark hues of the white, black and silver kitchen. That’s all you could ask for!
This modern splashback helps bring out some personality in a neutral kitchen, with splashes of orange, reflective gold and other materials, all arranged in a stylish Dalaman design.
A close up of this modern splashback, which helps bring out some personality in a neutral kitchen, with splashes of orange, reflective gold and other materials. The light can be seen reflecting off the piece, giving it a radiant effect.
This splashback can be found in the client's utility room. It features sailboats upon waves of crimson and other warm colours. It is fittingly nautical, given the location of the client's bachelor pad in Sandbanks! As all of our pieces are made bespoke, the upstands provided do not clash with the plug socket, allowing for easy transition onto the countertop.