Glass Tile / January 10, 2019 / Genevieve Brunelle
Using colorful glass tiles as a backsplash can really accentuate your cabinets and provide and easy to clean surface for the walls of your kitchen--a place that is notorious for getting splashed and stained. Bathrooms: Glass tile is gorgeous in bathrooms. Using cool blue/green colors against white fixtures can have an incredibly pleasing effect on the eye. You can opt to tile the entire wall space or just the areas around the tub and sink. Whatever you decide its guaranteed to look phenomenal. Living Rooms: Using tile on the walls in places besides the bathroom and kitchen has really started to take off over the last few years. Glass tiling as a wall covering looks ultra modern and hip. Generally people have just tried it on accent walls and then chose a coordinating paint color to go with it but if youre feeling ambitious (and the rooms size warrants it) just go ahead and add glass tiles to the whole room.
No matter what type of wall you have in your home you can decorate it with recycled glass wall tiles. Add a splash of color to your living room spice up your kitchen or breathe some new life into the master bedroom. The skys the limit when it comes to all the things you can do with tile. Just open your mind and prepare to see an amazing transformation. There are so many different sizes colors and shapes of tiles currently available the only trouble youll have is picking out which type you like best. Recycled tile is especially beautiful because every time you look at it youll remember that youre helping the environment. The mixture of recycled glass can also result in a beautiful iridescent look depending on the style that you buy. Recycled glass tile is a very strong building material that is easy to clean impervious to water and is also heat/thaw resistant.
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.