Glass Tile / January 24, 2019 / Genevieve Brunelle
There are many colors and shades that would help you to increase the beauty of your house. You would find these glass tiles of various shades. You can find dark shades in this glass tile. These glass tiles are available in various sizes. Some these glass tiles are available in slab form. These slab form is used for countertops. These glasses are made up of marble or granite. It is the tile that shines in the dark. It is the only tile that shines in the dark. These tiles take light from the surrounding environment. In dark it shines like a star in the sky. Thus these tiles are used in the bathrooms or they can be used in the in the childrens room or it can be used for those who need light in the night.
Glass tiles are essentially pieces of glass formed into consistent shapes. Glass mosaic tiles are suitable for both internal and external applications as they are impervious to frost sunlight and water. This quality makes it best suited for wet or constantly submerged areas. They are easy to clean maintain and they never discolor. Glass tiles have a varied application in black slashes of drawing-room dining kitchen bath-room etc... They are also used to highlight certain features. The spot lighting has further increased their use. Although glass tiles are complex to install the benefits and beauty makes us over see. Production methods determine look and feel of a glass tile. There are four major types of glass tile based on their manufacturing method. They are smalti fused sintered and cast.
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.