An often overlooked area in many modern homes is a bathroom or kitchen backsplash. Developers of even luxury homes often leave backsplashes with a plain white paint and rarely use high end trim. Replacing a plain kitchen backsplash with glass tile is an easy and fun do it yourself project even for inexperienced DIY’ers! These jobs can often be accomplished in a matter of hours and will have a huge effect on your space. Not only will it add beauty and detail but it will also add value to your home.
You can find lots of instructions on how to install a glass tile backsplash all over the web. We recommend taking a look at instructions for our beautiful glass subway tiles Here.
If you are looking for some design ideas be sure to look at our photo gallery to see pictures of many great backsplash projects done by our past customers. We have had everyone from housewives to computer programmers to professional contractors install our tiles with a beautiful result!
This beautiful kitchen was created with stainless steel appliances (they go great with glass tile!), white natural wood cabinets, a creme granite countertop and finished off with our Sky Blue Glass Subway Tile!
This light and airy kitchen features our white glass subway tile in a traditional “brick pattern” layout along with a stainless steel apron front sink and matching appliances.
The below kitchen uses a lot of wood tones including a butchers block island and wood cabinets to accent the stainless steel appliances and apron front sink. The backsplash is finished wonderfully with our Surf Subway Tile.
>If you have decided to finally spruce up your boring backsplash then we hope the above information has been helpful! You can always find more ideas in our photo gallery.
If you have any questions feel free to post a comment or contact us.