If your splashback is dated or damaged, replacing it with tiles
can make a big impact for a moderate spend. There are lots of online tutorials about how to remove old tiles and grout, but if this is a job for a tradie and you have a tight budget, choosing a cheaper tile will help to keep
costs under control.
You can’t go wrong with subway tiles and a nice dark grey or black grout (darker grout is much more practical). Simple white subway tiles come in many different sizes and styles, but if white isn’t for
you there are some great stainless-steel or silver options which will still give your kitchen that industrial look. Glass panels with a subway tile design printed onto them give the same look with
a cheaper price tag.