Denver Glass Mosaics and Tile

Academia Series

African Safari
Architects Clay
Astromomers Light
Aviation Mint
Oceanic Cerulean
Cultural Sienna
Evolution Green

Aquatica Series

Atlantis
Glossy Spectrum
Grey Scale
Misty Water
Rainbow Trout
Taupe Mississippi

  Astro Series

Agave Specks
Chocolate Space
Cosmic Lure
Moon Dust
Silver Scape

Bella Muro Series

Glacier Lake
Harbour Beige
Mauve Mocha

Monterey Suede

Sutton Frost

Boardwalk Series

Pacific Surf
Sand Dune

Brush Stroke Series

Charcoal Valley
Harvest Stalks
Olive Leaf
Pueblo Clay

Bubble Series

Butterscotch
Moonstone
Olivine
Sable Brown
Toffee
Twilight
Warm Brownie
White Dove

Cane Series

Bermuda Sand
Cream
Creek Bed
Cypress Green
Fraser Fir
Gray Stone
Harbor Brown
Marble Canyon
Saybrook Sage
Super White

Cascade Series

Basalt

Crema Marfil and Thassos White and Emperador Light

Emperador Dark and Crema Marfil and Emperador Light

Honey Onyx and Mint Green and Thassos White

Lagos Azul and Creama Marfil and Thassos White

Mugworth and Thassos White and Basalt Mix

Wooden White Athen Gray Thassos Mix

Corrugated Scape Series

Alhambra Pallete
Atctic Plateau
Cocoa Forest
Dusk Scenery
Ebony Cliff
Mustard Field
Olivine Shell
Pepper Stalk
Urban Pollen

Diamond Series

Crema Marfil (big diamond) and Empr Dark
Honey Onyx (big diamond) and Thassos White
Ming Green Light (big diamond) and Thassos White 

Mugworth (big diamond) and Thassos White

Wooden White (big diamond) and Athen Gray

Enchanted Flavors Series

Coconut House
Crunched Pecan
Divine Strudel 

Marsala Swirl

Morning Granola

Tuscan Syrup

Excalibur Series

Dream Gallery
Smokey Tan
Timber Wolf
Winter Fjord

 

Flower Series

Crema marfil (oval) and Emp. Dark (dots) and Emp.
Crema marfil (oval) and Emp. Dark (dots) and Thassos White

Honey Onyx (oval) and Thassos White (dots)

 

Ming Green (oval) and Red (dots) and Thassos White

Ming green (oval) andThassos White (dots)

Thassos white (oval) and Emp. Light (dots) and Cream

Glass and Granite Series

Country Station
Hampton Path
Urban Sidewalk

Glass and Slate Series

Chestnut Screen (Block Random)
Chestnut Screen (Brick Random)
Contemporary Mocha (Block Random)
Contemporary Mocha (Random Brick)
Forest Floor (Block Random)
Forest Floor (Random Brick)
Hillcrest Tan (Random Brick)
Hillcrest Tan (Block Random)
Mineral Cliff (Block Random)
Mineral Cliff (Random Brick)
Northhampton Putty (Random Brick)
Rustic Taupe (Block Random)
Rustic Taupe (Random Brick)
Sag Harbor Gray (Block Random)
Sag Harbor Gray (Random Brick)
Titanium Filed (Block Random)
Titanium Filed (Random Brick)

Winter Scape (Block Random)

Winter Scape (Random Brick)

Grand Turret Series

Grey Truth
Ivy Drawbridge
Persian Quest
Yorkshire Tower

Holy Trail Series

Mount Zion
Nahal Yarkon
Yam Hamelach

Honeycomb Series

Island Marina
Tufted Shade
Water Chestnut
Young Fawn

Image Series

Dusk
Silver

Imperial Series

Imperial Cloud
Majestic Ivory
Regal Honey
Royal Egret

Impression Series

Alloy Fusion
Autumn Leaf

Barbados Sand

Bridgewater Tan
Fantasia
Limestone
Pinewoods
Rocky Road
Rushing River
Toffee Latte
Tranquility

Interlace Series

Crunched Walnut
Herbal Garden
Ice Basket
Milestone
Peach Field
Promanade
Waterscape

Jewel Series

Aqua Marine
Hermatite Delight
Moonstone Glitter
Sandstone Froth

Sky Topaz

Lagoon Series

Dawn
Everglade
Icy Peak

Modern Pyramid Series

Connecticut Storm
Dark Heather
Early Russet
Eloquent Flight
Metro Grey
Navajo Dune
Royal Tweed
Warm Canyon

Morning Spa Series

Calm Wisteria
Dutch Classic
Early Dawn
Grey Wintermist
Quiet White
 

 Oceania Series

Cobalt Sea (1x2 Herringbone)
Cobalt Sea (1x4 Random Brick)
Nautical Garden (1x2 Herringbone)
Nautical Garden (1x4 Random Brick)

 Opulence Series

Brown Tepee
Burnt Russet
Golden Leaf
Green Tea
Grizzly Brown
Hasbrook Brown
Hidden Valley
Rain Dance
Sierra Stone
Spartan Stone
Stonehouse

 Orbit Series

Metallic Weather
Meteor Shower
 

 Porcello Series

Autumn Acorns
Bronze Memory
Crocodile Glam
Dusty Faun
Shiny Oyster
Silver Fox

Tawny Drive

 Queen Lair Hexagon Series

Aspen Grove
Frosted Hive
Honey Harvest
Nimbus Cloud
Wooden Hornet
 

Random Brick Series

Aspen Grove

Moonscape

 
 

 Seagull Series 

Copper Black
Norwegian Flock
Polar Grey
Weathered Down
 
 

 Serene Fortune Series 

Caspian Yacht 9" x 18"
French Riviera 9" x 18"
Island Opulence 9" x 18"

Royal Platina 9" x 18"

 
Winter Chateau 9" x 18"
 

Shell Series

Brown Shell
Winter Shell

Skyline Series

Crema Marfil + Thassos White (dots)
Crema marfil + Emperador dark (dots)
Crema Marfil + Jerusalem Gold (dots)
Emperador Dark + Crema marfil (dots)
Lagos Azul + Lagos Gold (dots)

Ming Green + Thassos White (dots)

White Carrara Black (dots)

Bubble Symphony Series

Caviar
Grey Fizz
Platinum Foam
Taupe Fizzle

Smokey Froth

Whipped Creme

Symphony Series

Calm Grey
Deep Harmony
Grey Tranquility
Peaceful Breeze

Restful Afternoon

Twilight Serenity

Wooden Chant

Temptation Series

Artctic Ice
Sea Green Mist
Winter Black

Tranquil Series

Ashen Forest
Background
Blue Green Wash
Blue Moon

Chocolate Blend

City Fiber

Coffee & Cream

Crocodile Road

Grecian Sage

Grey Heron

Methodical Grey

Methodical Sand

Misty Scales

Morning Turret

Olive Grey

Rocky Beach

Russian Denim

Shallow Reef

Spotted Dove

Tranquil Flower Series

Ancient Market
Grecian Urn
Roman Bloom

Tranquil Hexagon Series

Capital Archive
Jerusalem Garden
Olympus Shade

Temple Inspiration

Waldorf Exclusive

Tranquil Random Brick Series

Mocha Canyon

Arizona Scape

El Dorado

Sage Brush

Sedona Rust

Scottsdale Brass

Tranquil Trapezoid Series

Horned Hazlenut

Quiet Mahogany

Rocky Road

Tender Harbor

Soft Mushroom

Versailles Series

Antique Mahogany
Cloud Lining
Dusty Trail
Foggy Meadow
Fountain Grey
French Blue
Garden Statue
Reflective Pool
Smokey Road
White Tulip
Woodland Green

Waterfall Series

Dream
Honey
Palm
White Rose

Windchime Series

Argyle Tune
Cloudy Breeze
Meadow Whisk
Morning Melody
Musical Field
Peaceful Waves
Soft Harmony
Wood Chime

Caring for Your Denver Glass Tiles


June 29, 2016

Glass tiles are increasingly becoming the go-to choice in Denver home renovation projects, both inside and outside, often surpassing ceramic and other materials due to their durability, versatility, and resistance to staining. With a wide range of colors and patterns, glass tiles can be tailored to suit any aesthetic while requiring frequent but brief cleaning to maintain their shine.

Glass Tile Kitchen Backsplashes
The grease and dirt that gather on kitchen surfaces and appliances don’t accumulate as much on glass, which is one of glass tiles’ many advantages. Using only a mild cleanser, either purchased from the store or made at home with a combination of equal parts white vinegar and water, and a soft bristle brush, you should be able to remove any build-up from the tiles themselves. Glass is a fairly tough material and can withstand scrubbing, but be careful not to damage the softer grout in between. You can buff and shine with a towel after cleaning to remove any residual water spots, leaving your tiles glowing and streak-free.

Glass Tile Bathroom Surfaces: Accent Walls, Backsplashes, Showers
Another benefit of glass tiles is that they don’t absorb water and are resistant to mold and mildews, so they are ideally suited for placement in bathrooms and other areas that often accumulate moisture. However, soap scum and mineral deposits from hard water are issues in every bathroom, and mold could become a problem for the grout between the glass tiles. The more frequently you spend just a few minutes scrubbing down your tiles, the fewer layers of scum will build up and the better your tile will appear. Use a mixture of ¼ cup bleach and ¾ cup water to apply to the grout, or purchase a standard bathroom grout cleaner. Let your cleanser soak into the tile and grout for ten minutes or so, then use a soft bristle brush to remove the grime. You can use a squeegee or towel to remove any streaks or spots from the entire surface.

Glass Tile Floors
These types of floors require a little more maintenance to keep them looking beautiful. It’s important to sweep regularly to prevent the accumulation of dirt, which can be ground into the tiles by foot traffic, causing small scratches in the glass and marring or dirtying the grout. Mopping occasionally with a mild cleanser after sweeping is a good way to ensure your floors stay glossy and bright.

Maintaining Glass Tile Surfaces
Like most tiled surfaces, it’s simple to care for them if you stay on top of it. Wipe up any spills right as they occur, be gentle but firm in your cleanings, and remember to buff the tiles after every cleaning to keep them reflective.

Learn more about Denver glass mosaics and tile, from patterns to installation to maintenance, at your local stone authority, Natural Stone Sales. Our experts have been in the business for over fifteen years and can assist you in creating colorful and unique glass additions to your home. Call us at 303-777-7485 to get started with your next project.
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3 Areas Denver Glass Tile is Great for Your Home Remodel


May 11, 2016

An incredibly unique and upscale way to dress up areas of your home is to add Denver glass tile. This quality and eco-friendly option can completely transform a space. It is also extremely convenient this simple addition can be used in any room of your home, as it is available in many colors, shapes and styles.
 
  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
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 for ideas and give us a call at 303-777-7485 to get started.
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Glass Tile in Denver as an Eco-Friendly Choice for Your Home Remodel


If you’re thinking about using sustainable, more eco-friendly materials in your Denver home remodel, one of the best choices you can make is glass mosaics or tile. Beautiful and durable, glass is sourced from both natural and recycled materials. Combined with the fact that glass is easy to clean and maintain, and you have a product that’s better for the environment—both indoors and out. Discover more about how using glass tile is an eco-friendly home design choice:

Sustainability
– While you can find 100 percent recycled glass, it’s also good to know that one of the ingredients in new glass is actually recycled glass. Using sand, soda, and a material called cullet—or crushed recycled glass—these ingredients are fused together at high temperatures to create new glass tiles. Because recycled glass and the other ingredients are plentiful and easy to obtain, glass tiles rank high in sustainability. And the more glass is recycled, the more efficient the process becomes, making it easier for recycled glass to be used in a wider variety of home design products. Another bonus? Reused or recycled materials don’t end up in landfills.

Longevity – Glass tiles have a long life cycle, which means they don’t have to be replaced as often as some other home design products. This helps to preserve raw materials and natural resources, and cuts down on the energy costs of continually producing all-new material. 

Healthier indoor air – Glass tiles have a smooth surface which makes them resistant to stains and mildew and therefore easy to clean. Dust and allergens are easily swept away, and there’s no need for cleaning products with harsh chemicals that can enter the air circulation—all which contribute to lower air quality in your home. Usually warm water and soap is all you need to care for glass tile, and you can even use baking soda for a “greener” cleaner. Additionally, glass tiles don’t emit toxic fumes in the way that vinyl flooring can, nor do they harbor mold or spores in the way that carpet can.

So whatever your remodeling plans are, consider the ways in which you can incorporate glass tile. This versatile material comes in different shapes and sizes, and can be used for backsplashes, as flooring and wall coverings, on counter tops, in the backyard around a pool or patio, or even in more creative ways such as on furniture, water features, free-standing art installations, or other home décor items. Plus, the added peace of mind you’ll get from using this sustainable, toxic-emission-free material will help make the remodeling process feel that much more worthwhile.

If you’re interested in glass mosaics and tile for your home remodel or design project, stop by locally owned and operated Natural Stone Sales today and see our variety of high-quality products. We’ve been serving the greater Denver area for 15 years and can find the right Denver glass tile for you. 
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Subtle or Statement? Our Quick Guide to Denver Glass Tile Backsplashes


There are many choices when it comes to kitchen backsplashes – from traditional ceramic tile to marble or granite. However, a glass tile backsplash can be a beautiful and inexpensive alternative while becoming increasingly popular for homeowners. It’s also a material that’s easy to clean – no need to get a special cleaner or brush to remove dirt and stains.  

As you’re planning for your kitchen update, renovation, or build, it’s important to determine the scope of the project. Find out how much tile you will need as well as the style, color, and pattern. The amount of wall you’re going to cover will tell you the amount of glass tile that you’ll need. Maybe you want to cover the entire wall above your counters, or just a portion of the wall. Either way, make a point to mark off the surface area that you would like to cover and measure the square footage.

Now that you’ve figured this out, it’s time to find out what style you want to use. There are plenty of styles which makes it easy to personalize your kitchen – clear, shiny, sparkling, textured, colored, and frosted are just a few of the different choices.  When making your decision, take into account the rest of your kitchen and its style.

If you want to center colors and styles for your kitchen remodel around your backsplash, then the possibilities are endless. However, if you’re trying to match the backsplash to decisions already made in your kitchen, such as granite, coordinate the colors accordingly so one doesn’t overpower the other. Some homeowners opt for a more understated backsplash designs like Natural Stone Sale’s Cane Series, where as some go with bolder designs that cover entire walls and is the focal point of the room.

 Need help deciding if glass tile is right for your kitchen? Contact your Denver glass tile experts, Natural Stone Sales – we are happy to help! 
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