Create a colorful, vibrant back wall design in your bathroom or in the kitchen using gray glass tile backsplash. Design decorated models using a wide range of colored glass tiles. For small dashboards, adhere to a range of neutral colors to create an open room environment. Add in bright red or blue bursts for a cheerful, whimsical display. They have fun mixing angles and shapes to create their own unique design in their type of glass. Use a single color of glass tile to create a monochromatic design of a bathroom splash guard. Strong blues and greens create a dramatic effect surrounding tubs and dressers. Choose glass tiles that match existing elements, such as paint colors and decorative accessories, to create a unified space.
Try activating the glass tiles in a diamond in the form of a touch on the traditional screen. For exciting bursts of color from a totally white room, incorporate the cobalt blue or red crimson to animate the space and throw everything together. Create a themed back wall in the kitchen with glass tiles. Glass tiles can be arranged in an image that fits the space and style of the house. For example, if you like floral or botanical accents in your kitchen, design an inspired image such as a simple flower or a bouquet of flowers on the back wall. When a mosaic is incorporated, fill in the surrounding space with tiles of that accent and complement the mosaic.
Crystal stones create an impressive splash guard that brings warmth and then, color throughout the space. Made of polished river stones or sea crystals, crystal stones have an aged, uneven surface that gives the room a rustic touch. Transparent, crystal stones come in a wide range of colors to fit in formal and informal spaces. For partial wall dashboards as above a kitchen sink, glass stones work well for hard-to-reach spaces and provide a more interesting design than a simple layer of paint.
Create a mosaic design for a kitchen backsplash using glass tiles. Glass brick illuminates kitchens and reflects light throughout the space. Design a proven model or checkered cotton in colors that are already in your kitchen. For a surprising back wall, without overwhelming the room. Incorporate earthy colors such as green and brown, and mix in bursts of bright. And eye-catching colors such as red and orange. For kitchens decorated with warm, neutral colors. They adhere to those shades for the splash-proof design. Neutral tones, such as cream, white and beige, rinse immediately on the back wall and adapt to any style of the house.