Bejewel Your Home with Colorful Glass Tile
Today's glass tile is an exciting decorative material that adds beauty and drama to a home. If you want to try glass tile but think it's too expensive for your budget, consider creating a single panel or covering just one wall of your space. It will give you more bang for your buck. Think of it as jewelry; a little goes a long way. Glass mosaic tile comes mesh backed or paper faced and most are priced between $20-$40 a square foot. Let's take a look at some shining examples from houzz:
Here is a similar example in an earthier palette. For added drama, select a paint color that matches one of the darker shades in the tile blend.
Bamboo-shaped glass bars frame a panel of red and gold tile, as well as the mirror within, and give this space an Asian vibe.
A framed panel of turquoise and green glass tile is like a piece of beautiful art on the shower wall.
Here is a closer view of the tile. Mosaic tile is 2"x2" or smaller.
A soothing blend of colors fills the wall of a vertical niche and brings balance and harmony to this powder room.
This floor-to-ceiling green glass panel frames a fireplace wall insert, and makes you believe there is a flue behind it.
A vertical panel of linear shapes and neutral colors unifies the finishes of this kitchen. This tile can be found at Voguebay
The reflective surfaces of the stainless steel hood and irridescent tile seem to blend together. Taking the tile up to the ceiling gives it a clean contemporary look.
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