Oceanside Glasstile Elevations PlatinumContemporary Kitchen, San Diego

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Oceanside Glasstile was founded in 1992 with a boundless spirit of innovation, a passion for hot glass and a new vision for the tile industry — creating luxury glass tile using recycled bottle glass. As pioneers of handcrafted glass tile we continue to pursue timeless design that preserves, honors and furthers our true artisan heritage.

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Carissa Sharp wrote:Mar 18, 2012
  • Oceanside Glasstile
    DDGBaldwin, yes, I've been with Oceanside Glasstile going on 6 years. Our designer Cathy Aroz helped with this design and confirmed that this is all Platinum in the 3 different finishes. What you are seeing is how the lighting affects those finishes. The iridescent tile is more reflective so it appears to have a much whiter tone in the picture, which in turn makes the matte finish appear to be much darker. I hope that helps!
  • ddgbaldwin
    Thanks again, now I'm excited about the backsplash but have to get everything else worked out :)
aav_3 wrote:Mar 4, 2013
  • Kym C.
    This is the wall. New doors on order. The tile here in pic was rejected by my sons...
  • joyz33
    I'm in Denver and would like to purchase this backsplash for my kitchen. Please email prices and purchase directions to joy.detra@gmail.com. Thank you!
Shannon Bentley wrote:Jan 19, 2013
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    Liquorish Stone and Tile Work
    @shopper13
    A local cabinet maker can easily match these slab-door cabinets for you, and you would more than likely have 3/4" plywood box construction. That would outlast most other brands out there at the moment, that use cheaper materials.
    Try use Houzz to find someone in your area :)
  • shopper13
    Thanks!
acolalillo1 wrote:Mar 3, 2013
  • elbz
    what? seriously, those cabinet doors are actually not wood but a laminate??!?!?
  • kathymcasey
    Yes, the cabinet doors are Metro style from Cardell in a Maple Laminate. They are supposed to be better than hardwood as they will resist warping and require no "ribs" to keep structure.
dianimaldoc wrote:Sep 24, 2012
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    Oceanside Glass & Tile
    Hi Sandy, Here are some of our Registered Dealers for the Chicago area:

    Materials Marketing
    1234 W. Fulton Avenue
    Chicago, IL 60607
    312-226-0222
    www.materials-marketing.com

    Artistic Tile
    222 Merchandise Mart Plaza
    Chicago, IL 60654
    312-670-0612

    Hastings
    120 Merchandise Mart
    Chicago, IL 60654
    312-527-0565
    www.hastingstilebath.com

    Mosaicos Inc.
    4948 N. Pulaski
    Chicago, IL 60630
    773-777-8453

    The Tile Gallery
    225 Ohio
    Chicago, IL 60610
    312-467-9590
    www.tilegallerychicago.com

    Urban Archaeology
    The Merchandise Mart
    Suite 108
    Chicago, IL 60654
    312-527-4627
    www.urbanarchaeology.com

    Urban Archaeology
    The Merchandise Mart, Suite 108
    Chicago, IL 60654
    312-527-4627
  • Brett Casey
    These are by Cardell.
rodneyrodriguez wrote:Feb 10, 2013
sarahgerleman wrote:Oct 18, 2013
karlitabanana wrote:May 23, 2013
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    Oceanside Glass & Tile
    Hi Karlitabana, We've passed your question along to our in-house Designer. We want to be sure you get the best advice in terms of your specific design. :) Please hang tight, we haven't forgotten about you.
  • karlitabanana
    hi have you any reply to my questions yet? thanks so much
mjomalley wrote:Feb 25, 2013
pat402 wrote:Mar 11, 2012
  • bepsf
    Appears to be natural oak
  • Brett Casey
    Yes, the floors are natural oak.
bdrully wrote:Apr 20, 2016
  • PRO
    Oceanside Glass & Tile

    Hi Bdrully, our sincerest apologies, we only worked on the glass backsplash on this installation and do not have the specs for the rest of the kitchen.

maragalic wrote:Apr 8, 2016
  • PRO
    Oceanside Glass & Tile

    I'm sorry maragalic, unfortunately we do not have that information.

ec0617 wrote:May 5, 2015
  • PRO
    Oceanside Glass & Tile

    The grout that we recommend is Custom Building Products and the color is Oyster Grey

twist18x wrote:Feb 7, 2015
clemdog wrote:Apr 16, 2014
John McErlain wrote:Sep 24, 2013
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    Oceanside Glass & Tile
    The tiles are from our Oceanside Glasstile Brand in our Elevations Collection. The dimensions are 2.5"x10" and 1.25"x10" The colors are Platinum Iridescent, Platinum Non-iridescent, and Platinum Matte.
ccconradsen wrote:Aug 24, 2013
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    Oceanside Glass & Tile
    Unfortunately we only helped specify the tile. Sorry we couldn't be more help.
Shawn Anderson wrote:May 11, 2014
    Enas Rageh wrote:Mar 4, 2014
      kelseylemman wrote:Nov 28, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        mjeresek
        Ivon Street Studio added this to Ecofriendly Kitchen: Recycled Tile for BacksplashesMay 8, 2012

        Glass TileGlass takes a million years to fully break down in a landfill, and recycling glass consumes just 30 percent of the energy required to produce it from raw materials.Nearly all of Oceanside Glasstile's products contain recycled content, which ranges from 30 to 97 percent of the tile composition. This kitchen makes handsome use of its Elevations series (in platinum).Cost: $40 to $70 per square foot

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        birdflyer
        Marci K added this to Chesapeak kitchenSep 7, 2019

        Dark cab change ours? White quartz top

        carrie_schilling28
        Carrie S added this to Kitchen RedsignAug 29, 2019

        Glass Tile Glass takes a million years to fully break down in a landfill, and recycling glass consumes just 30 percent of the energy required to produce it from raw materials. Nearly all of Oceanside Glasstile's products contain recycled content, which ranges from 30 to 97 percent of the tile composition. This kitchen makes handsome use of its Elevations series (in platinum). Cost: $40 to $70 per square foot

        webuser_505024319
        rhonmoni w added this to great room ideasJul 21, 2019

        Oceanside Glasstile Series: Elevations Formats: 2.5"x10" and 1.25"x10" Color: Platinum Iridescent, Platinum Non Iridescent, and Platinum Matte http://www.glasstile.com/

        beckyfriske
        Becky added this to kitchenJul 15, 2019

        interesting with stone/backsplash behind vent

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