Glass tile kitchen backsplash – Glass tiles have been used for decorative home designs for hundreds of years. Glass tiles are versatile, colorful and add light to your kitchen design. With dozens of sizes, styles and colors of glass tiles in the market, you may struggle at first to design a glass tile backsplash. By taking a look at your kitchen design, size of the room and the needs of the glass, you will be able to narrow down your choices and come up with a design that fits your needs.
Consider the size of the space you are timing and size of the tiles. Glass tile kitchen backsplash come in sizes ranging from mosaic to 24 inches in size. Tape a piece of white paper up to your kitchen backsplash. Ask a tile showroom for a loan of sample tiles, or purchase one or two sample tiles. Bring these tiles in the kitchen, and hold them against the white paper under the cabinets. The white paper will allow the glass to show up in the same color it appears when it has been installed, so you can determine the best color or colors to suit your kitchen design.
Design a glass tile kitchen backsplash, Place a piece of white paper down on a flat surface. Arrange the loose tube tiles on the paper in many different directions and patterns, the combining tiles. Stack subway tiles on top of each other, or put them in an offset pattern. Draw your kitchen backsplash to scale on paper and sketch in the final design to see how busy it will look like, and to confirm the design.