249,870 glass tile backsplashes Home Design Photos

Where are the backsplash tiles from?
counters - tile all the way to counter - no ledge
Wood color and ceramic tile colored
doors, sky-blue ceramic tile and stainless steel counters make for a streamlined and easy-to-clean kitchen.
Glass backsplash paired with stainless counters
Stainless steel counters, walnut cabinets and a simple glass tile backsplash are current yet give a nod to midcentury style.
AFTER: About $25,000 and one month of work gave her kitchen a brand-new look. Dark wood cabinet doors, sky-blue ceramic tile and stainless steel counters make for a streamlined
“Glass tile” — suzannesteppe
Meredith Heron Design
5 Reviews
Trickett Laundry Room
Hello, This is a lovely room. Where did you find the glass tiles used for the backsplash? And what is the color you used on the cubbies and the cabinets? Thank you.
I'm from Malta, Europe, can you tell me if you know of anyone who sells these kinds of wall glass tiles
laundry room from a different view? What are the floor tiles and backsplash? Paint color? Lastly, what is the brand of laundry sink and cabinets? What a beautiful laundry room!
What is the floor tile and where can it be purchased?
What are the floor tiles? Great colors in the room.
What color is the floor tile? I am looking for somthing just like that
We used 12x24 tiles on the floor you can estimate dimensions from there.
We ordered the tile through one of our trade only showrooms. Glass tile is readily available across North America now. This
“Floor” — pmslone
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
10 Reviews
Love the backsplash can you tell me color and manufacuurer.
Hi cbini10 Unfortunately I do not have the records for the glass tiles, but I believe they came from Ocean Side Glass Tiles. Have fun with your project ! Dan
The kitchen's glass tile backsplash and zebra wood cabinets add high design to the industrial look. The first
glass backsplash design for our kitchen
I like the glass and using it to
Wow! Is that Oceanside glass? Gorgeous!
The kitchen's glass tile backsplash and zebra wood cabinets add high design to the industrial look. The first level has concrete floors throughout.
“materials” — nickdagr
Susan Jay Design
14 Reviews
Mid-Century Modern Ranch
walter zenger glass tile backsplash on windowed wall & dark brown Italian porcelain tile for more texture than regular wall
glass cabs and "cooking wall/knife wall"
wood & metal or stone bar counter. Metal back splash and dark tile next to it - could use a gray glass backsplash to lighten
Jay used a dark brown Italian porcelain tile (about $3 per square foot) on the other wall to save money but
switch from large to small tile backsplash
LOVE the tile backsplash against window wall. Can you tell me who makes it?
on either side of the cooktop. And since they were already doing an expensive Walker Zenger glass tile backsplash on the windowed wall (about $25 per square foot), Jay used a dark brown Italian porcelain tile (about $3 per square foot) on the other wall to save money but still add warmth and texture
“A wants hanging pots/option” — sonyasass
Supon Phornirunlit / Naked Decor
Supon Phornirunlit/ Naked Decor
Where are colored glass canisters from?
Are these tiles 3 x 6 or smaller? Are they just basic white or clear? No hint of color? They are beautiful!
They look like plain white mini glass subway tiles. We carry a similar tile. http://www.houzz.com/photos/2466316/White-1--x-2--Mini-Glass-Subway-Tile-contemporary-kitchen-tile-other-metro www.subwaytileoutlet.com
Color in the open glass cabinets
Small glass tile backsplash, only more neutral color
I like the small glass brick.
white glass back splash for kitchen
glass tile backsplash. regular pattern tiles to short
Clear glass on cabinet doors gave Phornirunlit an opportunity to infuse color and playfulness into the kitchen via his tiki mug and martini shaker collections. The kitchen also allowed him to use tiles leftover from a client's project, an example of his balance of practicality and whimsy.
“Backsplash” — Alison Conrad
Chipper Hatter Architectural Photographer
1 Review
SEN Design Kitchen & Bath Professionals
Where did you purchase the backsplash tile?
What is the backsplash and from where can I purchase it?
Where can I get this backsplash?
The backsplash is glass tile. It is readily found in home improvements stores and tile stores.
beautiful, but it's materials are responsibly sourced and manufactured. It is also made to stand the test of time (which many glass tiles are not), while being made with recycled product.
Small varied glass tiles. Don't like size and contrast
what about cabin colors in glass tile
Backsplash Like the color and style but not all 1 size
This glass color blend looks great with the cabinet, countertop and paint.
“Backsplash - too dark?” — kv060306
Giulietti Schouten Architects
14 Reviews
Kitchen with glass tile
Please tell me what kind of tile the back splash is..and the color and source?
The backsplash was a glass tile installed in a stacked bond. The tile was purchaesd by the owner so I could not fined the exact specification but I believe it was from Ann Sacks Tile.
This is a Gorgeous kitchen design! What a great use of glass tile! http://www.houzz.com/photos/12942176/Cream-Glass-4--x-12--Subway-Tile-modern-tile-
4x6 large glass tile in stacked layout . Love the glass look
Glass tile; hood; stove; smooth cabinets. What is countertop?
Love the backsplash and the open glass cabinets
splash of yellow tile might work as a backdrop
Like the large horizontal tiles used as backsplash in modern kitchen
Tile stops at bottom of chimney
“Backsplash tile” — maureenmoore1
Bud Dietrich, AIA
11 Reviews
what if we - the kitchen
A kitchen that combines the traditional warmth of wood, raised panel, beaded inset cabinets with stainless steel appliances and glass tiles. The open, galley kitchen layout keeps everything close at hand while enabling the cook and dishwasher to be a part of all the action. Visit http://tinyurl.com/3dl4kv2
Lesley likes red tile backsplash. erik sanely points out
7. Stone counters and a glass tile backsplash. A quartz or natural stone material such as granite will certainly be more costly than a laminate top. For some, the look and feel of these materials is worth the extra cost. And while laminate may start to look used and nicked up in a few years, stone
“Range hood” — laurelathome
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