Glass Tile / January 19, 2019 / Fleurette Theriault
Combine glass with woods metals and textiles to create dynamic memorable interior designs. Another possibility when working with glass tiles is matching your custom art glass tiles to custom glass vessel sinks or art glass lighting such as chandeliers pendants and sconces. There are very few mediums that offer this type of design versatility. The work of glass artisans can be coordinated to go far beyond simple wall covering to create several coordinating functional works of art for your home. To explore the custom glass option that is right for you you can go to favorite artists or go to a custom glass dealer. Major tile dealers tend to deal in high volume sales and are not usually positioned to offer art glass solutions.
Refurbishing your pool is affordable now. You can choose an exotic design or a classic look that makes your pool stand out and invites your visitors to dip into the cool waters. Backsplashes are refreshing and can improve the interior décor of your home without spending a fortune. The advantages of using backsplash include a wide array of designs and color options and protection for your walls against water stains and other nasty things. Thus a backsplash is an excellent way to redecorate your kitchen bathroom and pool area. Moreover glass tiles are resistant to stains so cleaning them is easier. You do not have to use so many cleaning agents to keep these tiles pristine.
In this method colors are added to the top or bottom of the glass. Fused glass tiles are characterized with a translucent area and a layer of opaque color visible through the tile. These tiles are further treated with an etching or other coating for aesthetics or abrasion. Sintered tile is a variety made by pressing glass powder into dies and then heated until the particles fuse. The color is either added into the powder or added topically after cooling. Unlike smalti tiles sintered tiles tend to have a uniform look. This milky and scratch-resistant finish makes it versatile. Cast tile is made by inserting chunks of glass into a mold which gives it a layered look.