Glass Kitchen Backsplashe



Ceramic Ceramic digital glass printing for stunning kitchen wall art


When it comes to designing a kitchen with a personal touch, there are now more options than ever with digitally printed decorative glass. With a glass backsplash produced using Dip-Tech’s digital ceramic glass printing technology, you get a perfect combination of stunning design, practical easy cleaning, and long-lasting durability.


It’s amazing what printed glass printing can do in the kitchen! In addition to helping create the look and atmosphere you want for the most-used home space, print on glass is super-practical. Get an easy-to-maintain wood-look or tiled effect design, without all the crevices and cracks to clean. Or, if you prefer something truly unique, create a stunning photorealistic art installation or mood-setting scene. It’s all possible with ceramic Ceramic digital glass printing.


Cost-effective and pixel-perfect, Dip-Tech’s digital glass printing technology is able to create the exact look and effect you desire, including any image, texture, color, or design. You can use any number of pre-existing Dip-Tech patterns for your glass backsplash, or create a one-of-a-kind kitchen wall art design from scratch. Whatever you want, it’s easy and entirely up to you!


To create your dream kitchen with a glass backsplash digitally printed with Dip-Tech ceramic digital glass printing – or for more backsplash home design ideas – contact us today.


 Printed photorealistic image on the kitchen backsplash by RAKLA, Finland
Printed photorealistic image on the kitchen backsplash by RAKLA, Finland

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5 Atir Yeda St.,
Kfar-Saba, Israel

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Smithfield, RI
United States

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Shanghai, China

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