Installing glass subway tile... What to use for bullnose??
ttchicago
September 20, 2013 in Design Dilemma
I am building a new home and taking on the design myself. I have been told that glass bullnose does not exist... What is typically used on the edge of glass subway in the kitchen? I am having glass subway installed from the counter all the way flush to the bottom of the cabinets. What should I use on the edges? Ceramic bullnose? Nothing/caulk? Thank you!
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DirectBuy of Fort Worth
BUllnose tile is becoming a thing of the past now that glass has really taken over the market. So you can go without trim and just leave a clean smooth edge or you can use a metal trim piece. Those come in several sizes and colors. Then a third option is a glass pencil rail.
September 20, 2013 at 11:16AM        Thanked by ttchicago
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ttchicago
Great example of glass with no bullnose! That is what I will do! Thank you for your help!
September 20, 2013 at 11:53AM     
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