Glass Kitchen Backsplash Tiles
There are so many different shapes and colors of glass tiles that it is difficult to choose. In my opinion, one of its most beautiful features is that it does not stain. Because the common concern of all homeowners is the risk of staining while cooking. That’s why glass kitchen backsplash tiles are still popular.
Photo Credit | Davida’s Kitchen & Tiles
Beyond the imagination! Contemporary glossy white wall cabinets are inspired by a retro-style brown glass tile backsplash with an unusual velvet ceiling color to create a cozy environment. On the other hand, dark base flat front cabinets create a contrast with pure white tops.
Photo Credit | Cynthia Bennett & Associates
Soapstone would suit a kitchen so well! The harmony of the colors was magnificent and an image was created that was pleasing to the eye. There is not much to say about the glass tiles and the colors of the floors, which are almost integrated with the light-colored cabinets, in a word, it looks perfect.
Photo Credit | CBH Architects
By using the advantage of a high ceiling, this kitchen features beige oversized porcelain tiles, flat front cabinets, and glass backsplashes. The farmhouse sink in front of the window is combined with the other elements in the kitchen, creating a bridge between the future and the past.
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The idea of covering the entire wall with a gray glass tile backsplash looks gorgeous. It has been a beautiful representative of this minimalist design, which was designed using only two colors. The white cabinets and white quartz countertops seem to obey the gray glass tiles.
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Although it is a bit risky, I think that covering the whole wall with green glass tiles is compatible with other colors in the kitchen. Concrete floors and countertops of the same color have turned into a magnificent image with the reflection of green color.
Photo Credit | Sheri’s Design and Consulting
I love peninsula-shaped kitchens because thanks to the stools on the side of the living room, the connection with the one who prepares the food in the kitchen are not interrupted and the cheerful conversations continue throughout the meal. This kitchen, designed using brown tones, has achieved a very nice color harmony by integrating with the white quartz countertops.
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Large-sized L-shaped kitchen designed with Salinas White granite countertops and blue denim glass mosaic tile backsplash. Thanks to the raised bar, it provides the opportunity to socialize while dining. It is undeniable that the stools covered with green add a different atmosphere to the kitchen.
Photo Credit | Drury Design
The beach house-style kitchen is designed with dark green soapstone countertops and a green glass tile backsplash, giving the homeowner the feeling of being by the sea. While the big island in the middle provides enough working space, the dark hardwood tiles seem to add a special value to the kitchen.
Glass Tile Backsplash Colors
I think the color issue is unlimited in glass tiles because almost any color can be used, and they can also be produced with personalized unique colors. Glass kitchen backsplash tiles produced with very different patterns and colors add a different look to the kitchen with the change of light during the day. Apart from other stone and porcelain backsplash, it can reflect or absorb lights due to its own nature.
Glass Tiles Options
Mosaic Glass Tiles: Easy to install, it comes with 12″ X 12″ mesh sheets sizes and with many shapes.
Subway Glass Tiles: The most popular size is a 3′ X 6″ rectangular shape.
Glass Backsplash Tile Selections
Homeowners can choose any color style, pattern, décor, or finish they want. There is no limit to imagination in glass mosaic tiles.
Glass Kitchen Backsplash Tiles
The maintenance of glass backsplashes is easier and less than other backsplashes. The most important feature is that it does not wear out. Glass backsplashes do not need sealing because they do not stain. Optionally, they can be installed seamlessly and the grout in between does not have a chance of staining.