Glass Tile / January 5, 2019 / Morgana Faubert
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.
If you are really set on using glass on your renovation and construction projects there is a way to cut down on costs and that is through the use of discount glass tile. There are a number of places where you can look for them that come with huge discounts on them and these are often due to a number of reasons. One reason for the huge discounts you can get on stock is because these tiles that you get from certain dealers have been discontinued. This does not mean however that they are of lower value or quality than other tiles that you can find at higher prices. This just means that these tiles will no longer be available to you or anybody else once the present stock is sold out.
Choosing the right grout color to match your glass tile is essential to preventing blemishes and imperfections from being easily spotted. Because of the reflective surfaces on these tiles grout can disrupt the refraction of light easily catching the eye and revealing blemishes in the tiles. A suitable match is one that is similar in color to the tiles color. Mixing grout is as simple as making pancake batter. Use a paddle bit and a ½" drill to mix non-sanded grout into a five gallon bucket stirring in water slowly. Once the mix has achieved the consistency of pancake batter the grout will be mixed to perfection. Add more water or more grout as needed to thin or thicken the grout mix.