When it comes to your home remodel, Natural Stone Stales has a wide selection of premier glass mosaics and tile to incorporate. From small shapes in shades of browns and blues, to unique shapes and curves, we have the materials to complete revamp your space! Ready to get started? Review our project gallery
- Bathrooms: This area is one of the top places in a home to incorporate glass tile. While tile is a popular choice, glass can actually be easier to maintain, and can also increase the light in your bathroom—which for many, is hard to do. When choosing styles, if your shower is glass, choose smaller tiles that have multiple colors. The smaller tiles will hide some of the flaws when moisture builds up. They also recommend using a complete different set of tile to create a feature wall in a bathroom. This is a great way to add depth to you bathroom, and potentially make it look larger if it is a smaller space. If you are trying to make a bathroom look bigger, it is best to use lighter colors. You can get very creative with your bathroom designs and can break some traditional rules with glass tile. Work with your local stone company on ideas for mixing and matching.
- Kitchens: Glass tiles are a great way to liven up your kitchen. They are often chosen for backsplashes that can completely transport your space if you keep everything the same, or if you are changing wall color and cabinets. One of the largest pros of this option is how unique of a look it provides, according to Better Homes and Gardens. It can add shines and sparkles, make it simpler or more in depth. It also expands the space. Tagging along with the lighting discussed for bathrooms, it can do the same thing for kitchens to add depth. Last, since glass is mildew-resistant they bring up a great point that this option is ideal for those with allergies. Plus it will cut cleaning down immensely. Choose larger tiles to expand the space, and smaller multi-colored tiles for more dimension.
- Other Unique Uses: While the go-to locations for Denver glass tile are bathrooms and kitchens, you can get really creative with this material for your remodel. Many incorporate it into kitchen, bathroom or other counters to provide a flair and uniqueness. Others use it outdoors in fence or ground designs to pop in color. Last, you can use it as a great accent wall for your fireplace. You can use this as an opportunity to throw in color or keep a room more simplistic.
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