Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback
Personalised Map Glass Splashback

Personalised Map Glass Splashback

  • From £150.00
  • Best Seller

A unique addition to any kitchen or bathroom, our bespoke glass splashback is printed with a location of your choice.

Full Description

Choose from our set sizes listed below or contact us for a bespoke size quote. 

40 x 40 cm - £150 80 x 80 cm - £430
60 x 40 cm - £190 100 x 80 cm - £520
60 x 60 cm - £263 120 x 80 cm - £612
80 x 60 cm - £334  
  • Low iron 6mm toughened glass.
  • Manufactured in England.
  • Full colour, high resolution digital print. 
  • Durable, wipeable, heatproof surface. 
  • 10 year quality guarantee for fading or peeling.
  • Easy to install yourself but we can offer an additional measure and fit service if required. 
  • Tube of silicone sealant provided with the glass to fix your splashback to the wall. See installation instructions below for further details of how to fit your splashback. 

Free UK delivery over £200. Please allow 14 working days for production. 

Product Description

A unique addition to any kitchen or bathroom, our bespoke glass splashback is printed with a location of your choice. The map is digitally printed onto this toughened glass splashback and makes a wonderful focal point behind any kitchen cooker or downstairs cloakroom. Choose from our set sizes listed above by clicking "customise & add to cart" or contact us for a bespoke size quote. 

To fit your panel(s)

-It is important that all walls have been sealed with a waterbased sealant, for example unibond and water mix or emulsion paint. 
​-Your glass will be supplied with the appropriate silicone glue to fix it to the wall. If you have not received this please contact us. Do not use an alternative glue. 
-If there is vinyl on the back of the panel, this must not be removed.

  • Firstly have a dry run to ensure the panel will fit, take care when placing on surfaces such as granite, it is glass and will break or chip if ‘clunked’ down. The corners are the most vulnerable.

  • If the panel fits, use the glue supplied in ‘golf ball’ sized blobs on the wall not too close to the glass edge, about 6/7 per square metre.

  • Place the panel on whatever surface it is resting on and gently push back until it is in position.

  • The suction of the glue will hold the glass to the wall, but it can be moved slightly for the first 20 minutes until the glue starts to cure. It should be fully cured within 48 hours.

  • Glass panels should be cleaned with glass cleaner and tissue. You can buff the glass with a dry tissue after cleaning to ensure there are no smears.

 

Antique maps

We've never met anyone who doesn't love old maps, which is why we only use antique maps printed on our products. Their unique charm and history are part of who we are and is the foundation of all our products. Because of their age, many were drawn in the 19th Century, not all of the place names or locations we expect to see on modern day maps will be marked. By clicking through to customise your product you are able to view all the maps we have in our collection.

The original old maps have been digitally scanned and pieced together to cover the UK so you may find in places there are map joins or discolouration. We apologise that we cannot edit these maps and suggest, where possible, positioning the map so you are unable to see these joins or choosing an alternative scale that shows your location as it could detract from the finished product. 

Our international maps showing countries across the world are taken from antique atlases. You will be able to zoom in on your area of interest and resize the map to fit a product of your choice. We suggest that you avoid including the borders of the pages on your product as they could detract from the beauty of the finished product. Be careful when zooming in too close, the original atlas has been scanned at a high quality but zooming in too far could mean the map is blurred or pixelated, where possible, we will advise customers on the best zoom level for their product.