If you’re redesigning your kitchen, or just want to spruce it up, you may be looking for glass tile backsplash ideas. Glass tile is an excellent option for a backsplash, not only because it is durable, waterproof, and resistant to stains and scratches, but also because the vast array of colors and styles of glass tile available makes creative expression easier. You could go with a simple pattern, but why not consider a mosaic? There are many different glass tile backsplash ideas, and within those ideas, many different ways to create a mosaic.
The Ideal Backsplash Grout for Mosaics
No matter what kind of glass tile backsplash ideas you decide to incorporate, you’ll want to choose a backsplash grout that complements your vision.At The Tile Doctor®, we carry Starlike® grouting products from Italian-based company Litokol®. Starlike® Specialty Grout is waterproof and comes 5 collections offering over 100 color choices, making it the obvious choice for mosaic installations: Classic Collection, Glamour Collection, Metallic Collection, Crystal Glass Grout® Collection, and Night Vision Collection. This one-of-a-kind specialty grout is super easy to install, and is one of the most durable grouting products on the market. We partner closely with Sicis Mosaic, a stunning Italian mosaic company, as our custom grout complements their beautiful products perfectly. When you pair our Starlike® Speciality Grout with Sicis® Mosaic Tile, the results are amazing.
For more inspiration about glass tile backsplash ideas, to view our backsplash grout Collections, or for helpful articles, tips and resources about grouting products, call us today at 1-877-TileDoc(845-3362)
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