Glass Tile / January 14, 2019 / Odette Pinneau.
Whether youre looking to retile your bathroom make a crafty project or add a little pizazz to your kitchen with glass tile its all possible. Here are five different ways you can put glass tiling to work in your home: Kitchen Floors: This first place to use glass tile is possibly the most obvious: kitchen floors. There are hundreds if not thousands of different colors and styles of glass tiling. Using mosaic tiles as kitchen floors can add a punch of color and flair to your otherwise drab cooking space. Tile flooring is ideal for the kitchen because its easy to clean and is extremely durable. Kitchen Wall Backsplash: If the flooring project is too ambitious for you or you just dont want such a busy pattern you should consider using it on countertops. Glass tiling is perfect to use on the walls behind kitchen countertops.
Their craftsmen work the glass by hand to transform each tile into a piece as unique as a snowflake. Bisazza glass tile uses the highest quality ingredients and constantly works to improve the production process to result in stronger materials with more vibrant colors. Shortcuts in production and compromises with materials result in a finished product lacking perfectly squared edges color quality and strength. To the untrained eye the product may look similar in display but it is in fact extremely inferior. Quality producers of glass tile may also apply a bevel to each of their tiles to allow for more level and consistent surfaces during installation.
Installing glass tile is a great way to enhance your kitchen bathroom or pool remodeling project. With such a huge variety of colors shapes and styles this type of tile makes the perfect choice for an elegant solution to any designing theme. Add in the fact that these tiles are one of the most affordable tile products on the market today and its hard not to see why its such a popular element in home design. Before beginning any glass tile grouting project the affixed tiles must have been allowed to cure for 36-48 hours. Any debris should be removed using a brush or shop vacuum. Use a wet sponge to remove any exposed thin-set that may have cured to the tiles.
According to Wes Wayland of Bisazza USA "It gives a client the ability to clad curved surfaces both concave and convex and to form clean inside and outside corners with more ease and a finished look. This also gives them the ability to create mosaics on furniture walls ceilings pools even cladding of entire buildings with unique designs". Glass tile isnt JUST for the bathroom anymore. Bisazza wants consumers and designers to think outside the box and are offering prefabricated mosaic patterns and designs intended to cover large vertical surfaces as wallpaper would and that are perfectly suited for the bedroom - living room - board room - foyer - etc.