Our painted and printed glass splashbacks adorns kitchens not only in modern houses or contemporary interiors but also in apartments of historical buildings. Glamorous splashbacks made of super clear toughened glass cover walls in a kitchen of an apartment situated in a Grade II listed house in Wimbledon Common.
This historic house named The Keir was built in 1789 for the family of Portuguese Jews. It became known for his name after almost 100 years in 1850. The house was extended and eventually in 1932 subdivided into 9 flats by the owner of Cannizaro House. Among the occupants of The Keir were Lord Kensington and the author and journalist Richardson Evans.
Glass Splashback: Optiwhite crystal clear with high transmission
Thickness: 6 mm
Toughened with polished edges
Colour: Art Habitat No 66 White Art