Glass Tile / January 7, 2019 / Odette Pinneau
So that when you feel suffocated with cramped space consider installing reflective glass decorative tiles to give your home a spacious feel. Use the glass tile backsplashes to accentuate a decoration or liven up the rooms in your home. With the wide array of colors shapes and designs available you can make your home look brighter. For an eclectic and contemporary feel accentuate your walls with glass mosaic backsplashes. Turn your bathroom walls into relaxing shades of blue or light lavender. Alternatively transform your bathroom mirror into a piece of art with a backdrop that is eye-catching and at the same refreshing. Improve your fireplace with these glass tiles.
If you do this then there is no reason why your swimming pool project cant leave the whole neighborhood green with envy for years to come. Glass tiles have gained the reputation for being one of the most stylish tiles for the room. These tiles are really beautiful. They render extra glaze and blaze to the simplicity of a modular kitchen. Thus the glass tiles for the kitchen are in high demand in modern times. Tiles are widely used in houses today. There are many reasons for the same. The tiles used for the walls and the floors are durable and long lasting. They are free of wear and tear. They can be cleaned. The tiles retain their luster and shine even after a long time. They look new after every cleaning.
Although the definition of clear/translucent glass is "allowing light to pass through partially or diffusely" it doesnt mean that all clear glass tiles are transparent in a way that you can see for example an object or your hand behind it. Clear glass is the material used to make these tiles but they can have color or not. There are basically three types of clear glass tiles: back colored stained and plain or non-colored. Back colored clear glass mosaic tiles are by far the most popular in the market. The tiles are made of clear/translucent glass usually from 4mm to 8mm thick and they receive a coating/painting on the back during manufacturing which is what gives the color to the tile.