splashback


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splashback

(ˈsplæʃˌbæk)
n
(Building) a sheet of glass, plastic, etc, attached to a wall above a basin to protect the wall against splashing
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splashback

[ˈsplæʃbæk] Nsalpicadero m

splashback

[ˈsplæʃˌbæk] n (at sink) → pannello di protezione (contro gli spruzzi)
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A splashback is a relatively small area so you won't need a huge amount of tiles, plus, if you're going to bring in an expert to do the job - it won't be a big one so will keep labour costs to a minimum.
A splashback is a relatively small area so you won't need a huge amount of tiles, plus, if you're going to bring in an expert to do the job - it won't be a Wallpaper in citric hues, such as Cacti from Woodchip & Magnolia left, will inject freshness wherever it is placed.
"Adding a splashback is a great way to inject a touch of personality into your kitchen, by creating a focal point," says Sian O'Neill, head of marketing at Topps Tiles.
The kitchen with specially commissioned glass splashback is something special.
It is intended that the kitchens will receive a backboard / splashback in the same material as the worktop (in lieu of tiling) together with a glazed splashback behind the kitchen hob.
Besides shooting cleanly, the polymer-encased TSJ (Total Synthetic Jacket) bullet reduces splashback of lead or copper upon impact.
A cheaper alternative that is becoming increasingly popular is the colourful vinyl splashback range.
The liquid started above a cupboard, passed close to an electrical socket and behind a worktop splashback.
IF YOU want to make kitchen or bathroom look a bit slicker, without too much disruption or cost, fit a splashback behind the hob, sink or basin.
quick-step.co.uk Q We have a glass splashback attached to the wall behind the hob but it recently cracked.
QMY SISTER'S new kitchen has a glass splashback that bubbled.