Flat glass backsplash tiles also offer an elegant central point that suits modern kitchens with a classic edge. The end result is appealing, rounding out the finished design of a kitchen area. Glass tiles are installed in a similar manner to that of ceramic tiles, using a mortar and a flat-edge trowel.
Explore glass tile backsplash ideas and prepare to install an attractive and efficient backsplash in your kitchen. If you’re thinking of installing a new kitchen backsplash or updating an old one, we will provide you with the full range of glass tile backsplash ideas. Kitchen backsplash materials run from traditional ceramic tile too high end granite, but glass tile are attractive, inexpensive and easy to clean option.
Once you are ready for your home remodeling, it’s time to think about the style of glass tile you’ll need. The possibilities are just about endless, from sparkling, clear styles to frosted, colored or textured glass. One consideration we help you decide on is a style to match the existing design of your kitchen with the new glass tile backsplash or if you’ll use the backsplash to add a new, unique visual aesthetic to space.
A glass tile backsplash is a great way to add color and visual interest to your kitchen, and we will arrange the glass tile in an endless array of patterns, adding even more distinctive style and design flair. Glass tile for your backsplash is offered in different style, from rectangular subway tiles to mosaic and penny styles, so the arrangement you decide on will be entirely up to you in the end. One of my favorites:
A modern take on the classic subway, these 3D glass tiles are a perfect addition to any backsplash or surround. With a matt metallic finish and raised design, the 2¨x 6¨ rectangular pieces are mounted on fiberglass netting for easy installation.