Design Your Kitchen Backsplash
The most popular place to put glass tile is the kitchen backsplash. Small kitchens can be seen larger when you use mosaic tiles. On the other hand, when mosaic tiles are being placed to larger kitchens, it looks like a solid field tile. Either way it will look great and be personalized to you.
With all the mosaic glass tiles available on the market, how do you choose what to use? The following paragraphs will give you some ideas of installation in order to help you start.
Use a solid color as cover for your entire backsplash. This is good when you have a very busy granite countertop. You simply choose one color that you like, this is usually a neutral tone, and then select the type of tile you want.
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Putting up a glass tile blend is best when you have a solid countertop. This beautiful assortment of color can pull together your counters, cabinets, and fixtures. There are companies that sell stock blends with particular colors and there are also other companies that will customize the blend for you. Your kitchen backsplash will be the envy of many when the glass tile blend will be done correctly.
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Considering the textures is also a must aside from considering colors. A mixture of stone, glass, and metal can be considered for your tile. The effect of this mixing is a work of art. It can go from a natural look to very upscale. Adding some texture will put a depth to you backsplash and matches it accordingly with your countertops and cabinets.
You can customize your kitchen backsplash by first putting some decorative for the are at the back of your stove then put a solid color on the rest of the backsplash. The colors of your stove area should be the colors you will choose from to use as the solid color. Try incorporating glass tile into a ceramic tile backsplash. Install the glass behind the stove and then as inserts throughout the ceramic field tile. Another option is that put a border color or blended colors in the center or along the counter top as you use solid glass tile on the backsplash.
By using two different sized tiles, it can really change up the space. Install square glass on the majority of the splash then run a border of matching subway tile throughout. Or try putting the subway tile on the splash but squares behind the stove. How about setting the glass tiles on an angle so that the squares look like diamonds instead. This can be applies at the back of the stove or on the whole part of the splash.
Your kitchen backsplash can be customized with several options. Glass mosaic tiles are so versatile that you are not stuck doing what everyone else is.