Glass tile has become one of the most popular materials for a kitchen backsplash. Care is simple, and glass can come in every color of the rainbow.
Look to interlocking sheets of glass tile to create this four-tone backsplash. The colorful blue and gray linear tiles handsomely set off the pale wood tones of riftsawn-oak cabinetry. Run the backsplash to the ceiling to give the illusion of extended height.
Provide a pop of sparkle on your range wall with glass mosaic tiles. Their iridescent surfaces make a shimmering statement when showcased on a single wall. Frame them with large white subway tiles to marry the past with the present.
Incorporate coastal color into your kitchen with shimmering tiles that mimic sea glass. Watery green glass subway tiles give this kitchen backsplash a handmade look. Black grout, topped with a lighter grout, creates vintage-style variations between the tiles.
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Stacked monochromatic glass tile adds depth and interest to this hardworking space. The swoon-worthy gray backsplash provides a cool counterpoint to the kitchen's warm wood cabinetry.
Create elegant coastal style with a custom jewel glass mosaic backsplash. With tones of quartz and aquamarine plus a swirling pattern, the glass tiles invoke a serene sea setting and complement watery blue accents.
Square glass tiles on sheets of mesh are easy to install and can cover a large area quickly. In this kitchen, a glass mosaic with a hint of shimmer covers the kitchen from counter to ceiling, wrapping corners and creating a pretty background for colorful dishware. Hints of yellow-green are drawn out of the tile and accent the rest of the kitchen.
Since glass tiles can be made into any color, go bold in your choice. The cabinets in this kitchen have a hint of redness in the wood grain, creating a jumping-off point for the dramatic red backsplash. If you choose a bold backsplash, keep the rest of the room simple. In this kitchen, countertops, utensils, and cabinet pulls are neutral stainless steel.