Glass tile is ideal for backsplashes. It comes in multiple colors and textures providing you with many options for creating a one-of-a-kind backsplash! You'll find that glass tiles are available in mosaics, subway tiles and small format decorative pieces. Some glass mosaics are produced with 98% recycled material. They come in smooth finishes and also with textures and designs. In terms of maintenance, glass tile is easy to clean.
Glass tiles can be used in the kitchen and in bathrooms and are ideal for creating visually interesting wall designs since, by their very nature, they reflect light into a room. They are not recommended for floor installations. You can imagine why!
To provide you with backsplash design ideas on how to use glass tile, we've assembled the following possibilities. We hope you'll explore and imagine how to include glass tile in your next backsplash project.
The first image in the gallery below shows a backsplash created with glass subway tile. This subway glass is available in 2x12, 4x12 and 3x6 and in multiple colors. Talk about versatile!
In the second gallery image, notice how the glass tile backsplash which is done in a 3x6 subway tile reaches from counter to ceiling. The glass just makes the room shine and sparkle.
The kitchen backsplash in the third image is done with 2x12 subway glass and features a glass mosaic insert to bring color and contrast. You can find this kitchen display in our Tampa location.
>> See Subway Tile in Glass, Travertine, Marble, Brick and More? Oh, My!
The second row of three images in the gallery focuses on patterns created with glass tile.Notice how you can place a glass 4x2 tile on the vertical. This featured cabinet display is in our Tampa location. The separation between the tiles is done with glass and stone mosaic strips.
Glass tile mosaics come in all shapes. Here is a herringbone glass mosaic backsplash design for a powder bathroom. This installation is also featured in our Tampa cabinet inspiration area.
Combining textures and sizes with glass tile creates a fabulous backsplash design. This backsplash from our Fort Myers inspiration area features the Bamboo and Clear glass subway tile in the 2x12 and 4x12 formats.
>> See Glass, Stone and Metal Decorative Mosaics.
>> See Explore The Murano Handmade Glass Tile Collection.
The last five images show you different backsplash looks from the Parade of Homes. Notice how the glass tile can easily tie together cabinetry and appliances, as well as interesting kitchen details.