What About Glass Tiles

Floor and wall covering options have increased in the last few years. More choices are offered to the consumers. Glass tile is one of them and is really popular these days.

They can be elegant, sophisticated and the choices offered are endless.

Here is a comprehensive view on what glass tiles are:

Glass tiles as their name indicates are made from glass. They are mostly used in pools, spas, bathrooms, kitchen floors and walls and look great as a backsplash. Some of them even include small imperfections that give them such a unique look.

Glass Tiles

They come in a wide a variety of colors and shades: bold, vibrant, clear, opaque, milky, pearlescent, iridescent to name a few.

Mirror Tiles

They can be sold as sheets, (mostly for mosaic), per square foot or box.

Always remember to order extra. About 10% to 20% for waste, as glass tiles are very delicate and can break or shatter when cut. It is also a good idea to have some spare ones for replacement.

Prices vary according to the manufacturer, design and complexity of the tile. Prices range form $ 4.00 a square foot and up to $ 200.00 a square foot. Consumers should shop around and compare prices between manufacturers. Ann Sacks, Glass Tile Inc, Paris Ceramic, Ocean Glass Tile are some of the leading manufacturers.

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