12+ Modern Glass Tile Backsplash
ID# 173601 – Prodcut BA62046 – White Glass Diamond Mosaic Backsplash Tile
Modern Glass Tile Backsplash with White Shaker Cabinets
If you want a glamorous appeal with elegance in your kitchen, this modern glass tile backsplash can do this for you! The white shaker cabinets and white countertops complement each other and create an elegant look while the glass backsplash with a diamond pattern elevates the design look to the next level. Between the glass tiles, you can also see the white marble additions that add a touch of opulence to the mosaic. The chrome hardware combines stylishly with the glass tile backsplash, increasing the kitchen cabinetry’s modern look.
ID# 173611 – Product BA5507 – Blue Glass Herringbone Backsplash Tile
Hexagons with White Shaker Cabinets and White Countertops
Such an energetic appeal! Featuring tonal variations of blue, this blue glass herringbone tile backsplash will bring the whisper of waves to your house! The matte gray kitchen cabinets and marble countertops complement the soft and charming appeal of the blue tiles while the stainless steel appliances make a cohesive final touch that enhances the contemporary aesthetic.
Modern Glass Tile Backsplash
Since they tie all the elements together, backsplashes are one of the most important elements for kitchens. And, a modern glass tile backsplash is one of the greatest solutions for a kitchen backsplash out of all the possibilities. Providing a glamorous finish, these tiles certainly do not compromise on style! There are an infinite number of shapes, patterns, styles, and colors to pick from when it comes to choosing glass tile for your kitchen backsplash. Besides their stylish appeal, these tiles are also extremely robust, water and fire-resistant, and simple to clean and maintain!
Create a Sleek and Elegant Backdrop with Modern Glass Tiles!
Materials, colors, patterns, and finish options all influence creating a sanctuary of sorts in the kitchen, and kitchen backsplashes are one of the most important parts of the kitchen in that way. Modern glass tile backsplashes make a statement at eye level and may radically change the appearance of a kitchen, providing both functional and aesthetic benefits. Whether you are designing a cozy farmhouse kitchen or an ultra-modern cooking space, a modern glass tile backsplash will never let you down! In this article, we gather different glass tile designs that will inspire you for your next design project!
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ID# 173602 – Product BA5504 – Modern White Glass Picket Mosaic Tile
Two-tone Kitchen Cabinetry with Picket Tile Backsplash
When it comes to glass tiles, color, shape, and texture options are endless and you can go as wild as you want! For example, this glass picket tile backsplash has charming marble-like veins that offer a luxurious look. Drawing inspiration from a classic hexagon pattern, the elongated shape of the tiles injects a dose of modernity. Using gray and white shaker cabinets is a great way to complement the monochrome colors of the tiles.
Is glass backsplash Modern?
The appearance of a glass backsplash has to be its most noticeable feature. Glass backsplashes are widely regarded for their contemporary and chic appearance. Because of their beauty, they stand out and enhance the appearance of the surrounding area. Glass backsplashes may also be used in a variety of ways. They are incredibly adaptable and look fantastic in contemporary and trendy kitchens. According to these, we can say that a glass backsplash is, definitely modern!
ID# 173603 – Product BA8022 – Textured White Glass Mosaic Backsplash Tile
Black and White Cabinets with White Modern Glass Tile Backsplash
The monochrome color palette of this modern kitchen has an elegant appeal thanks to the Shimmery White Glass Modern Backsplash Tile! The vertical layout of these sleek tiles adds a modern movement to black and white shaker cabinets while the white countertops complement the fresh look of the tiles. The most eye-catching design element is of course the backsplash design that reflects light and enlightens the kitchen cabinetry with a white quartz countertop!
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Are glass backsplashes expensive?
Of course, it all depends on your budget but generally speaking, glass tile backsplashes are more costly than traditional ceramic tile backsplashes! The cost will increase if you wish to combine marble, metal or mother-of-pearl with the glass backsplash tiles.
ID# 173604 – Product BA5506 – Black and White Glass Chevron Mosaic Tile
Black Shaker Cabinets with Whtie Chevron Backsplash Design
The black veins of the marble-look chevron glass mosaic tiles dance on a flawless white background, adding a hint of richness! Black shaker cabinets combine modern and traditional design elements to create a tidy and visually appealing base. The classic chevron pattern gets a modern makeover that appeals to people who value a classic touch updated for the modern era. Warmth is added to the room with the unified finishing touch of brass hardware.
Modern Glass Tile Backsplash Colors
A plain surface may be transformed by modern glass tile backsplash colors into a work of art that oozes boldness and flare. Modern glass tile backsplash designs are the crown jewels of creative kitchen design because of their captivating sheen and myriad color options! When looking for modern glass tile backsplash colors, you’ll find chic blues, soft grays, svelte whites, and chic blacks!
Modern glass tile backsplash designs also allow for creative freedom, have a stunning visual appeal, are durable, and require little upkeep. Additionally more ecologically beneficial are glass tiles. In fact, recycled glass is used in the production of numerous glass backsplash tiles. The modern glass tile backsplash may be made from a variety of colors using this ecologically safe material. For anybody looking for the ideal design for their kitchens, there are chic modern glass tile backsplash colors that you can be amazed and get inspired by!
Modern White Glass Tile Backsplash
View the whole selection of modern glass tile backsplash ideas whether you’re thinking of installing a new kitchen backsplash or upgrading an existing one. The backsplash made of modern white glass tiles embodies an ageless design. You can take advantage of the crisp and tidy appeal of these mosaic tile designs for your kitchens, no matter how big or small your space is. It’s not surprising that these wonderful tiles are as well-liked as they are given their capacity to create a bright and cheery pattern wherever they are put.
Modern white glass tile backsplash designs are available in a range of shapes, sizes, and styles, and they can create a dazzling focal point in a kitchen. Additionally, you may use modern white glass tile backsplash in your creations whichever creatively you like. You may make a design that blends, like a backsplash made of all-white glass tile and white cabinets, or you can make a strikingly modern contrast with a black-and-white tile arrangement. If you want a modern movement, there are glass hexagons, herringbones, chevrons, and others. Let’s scroll down and see!
ID# 173605 – Product BA1012 – Modern White Glass and Marble Mosaic Tile
White Shaker Cabinets with White Backsplash and Black Hardware
Moving across the all-white kitchen design is the striking pattern of the contemporary white glass tile backsplash! White shaker cabinets beautifully capture the charm of the traditional design and these white glass tiles, playing with natural light, also add to the room’s open and spacious feeling. By producing contrast, the black countertop gives the room more visual intrigue and depth! The brushed nickel hardware adds a finishing touch that accentuates the timeless modern elements.
Is glass tile backsplash hard to clean?
Definitely not! Thanks to their non-porous surface, these glass tiles are one of the easiest clean materials. You only need to combine 12 teaspoons of dish soap with warm water in a spray bottle or bowl to get a cleaning solution. Spray the mixture over the backsplash or use a moist sponge or cloth to wipe the tiles down. Use a fresh towel wet with cold water to wipe off surfaces, then pat dry!
ID# 173606 – Product BA62038 – Modern White Glass & Quartz Backsplash Tile
Light Gray Shaker Cabinets with Glass and Quartz Backsplash Tiles
If you want to install a white glass backsplash but enhance the crisp white look with some details, you will love our white glass & quartz mosaic tile! Featuring a bright white base, the combination of the linear quartz and glass tiles offers a glamorous and enticing appearance wherever installed! Combining these modern tiles with light gray shaker cabinets and black quartz countertops is a great way to capture a sleek and elegant look with a touch of opulence!
What is the average cost of a glass tile backsplash?
According to the quality of the material, the average cost of a glass tile backsplash is $30 per square foot.
ID# 173607 – Product BA5502 – Modern White Glass Diamond Backsplash Tile
Modern Glass Tile Backsplash with Diamond Pattern
Searching for a failsafe backsplash? White tiles will be your best companion then! However, if you are looking for a white tile with a unique and eye-catching shape, then this Rhomboid White Glass Mosaic Backsplash Tile will be a perfect match for your kitchen! Embraced by a modern diamond shape, these tiles feature a white background with distinct black veining that adds a wow factor to the mosaic. Combining these tiles with white quartz countertops creates a seamless look while the elegance of the white and gray shaker cabinets complement them. To bring warmth to the monochrome color scheme, the wood floating shelf makes a cohesive final touch.
Modern Gray Glass Tile Backsplash
With so many backsplash glass tiles available in this color family, the modern gray glass tile backsplash is one of the most versatile design choices you can make for your kitchen. Allow a high-gloss surface to reflect the light, making your already bright and airy kitchen even more so. Despite the widespread belief that gray is uninteresting, we are here to disprove it! A modern gray glass tile backsplash may provide depth and a tad of soft warmth to any design thanks to its soothing neutral tone. It is equally adaptable as plain white!
Gray is one of the desired hues and, in our opinion, the pinnacle of neutral design trends since there are so many things you can do with it. This includes using it as a backsplash for modern glass tiles. When you add a modern gray glass tile backsplash to a wooden kitchen, you quickly create a focal point. A herringbone modern gray glass tile backsplash in a white kitchen may offer a sense of movement and a creative design without the drama if your buyer is less at ease with too dramatic statements.
ID# 173608 – Product BA8020 – Metallic Beveled Long Glass Backsplash Tile
Black Cabinets with Gray Vertical Backsplash Tiles and Wood Shelf
This modern kitchen’s sleek and sophisticated foundation is provided by the matte black kitchen cabinetry! The contemporary style of the flat front cabinets is perfectly complemented by the gray counters. Our Beveled Metallic Glass Backsplash Tile adds a polished, unified accent that elevates the contemporary style. The room gains depth and personality from the long, black, and gray tiles encircled by beveled edges, and the metallic finish creates an opulent, roomy atmosphere! A lone wooden shelf breaks up the dominance of black and adds coziness.
Modern Black Glass Tile Backsplash
One of the most popular options for creating a gorgeous, modern kitchen backsplash is a glass tile. Many gorgeous glass tile selections are sure to wow whether you’re building a new backsplash or remodeling an old one. Black is one of the backsplash’s dominant hues in the glass tile industry. A modern black glass tile backsplash is beautiful and powerful. These glass tiles stand out in any kitchen because of their ability to add depth and movement wherever they are placed!
Due to its dazzling look and wide range of color options, glass tiles are among the most popular building materials for backsplashes. If you want to add some drama with stark contrast, a modern black glass tile backsplash would be wonderful. It reflects light off of its glossy surface and provides the sophistication of black without being overbearing. The perfect combination of a modern black glass tile backsplash and kitchen cabinetry offers a wonderful backdrop for kitchen interior design, enabling the color to shine out, and are far from being dismal and sad.
ID# 173609 – Product BA8021 – Modern Black Glass Mosaic Backsplash Tile
Stunning Modern Black Glass Tile Backsplash with Black Kitchen Cabinets
The modern black glass tile backsplash in this kitchen is unquestionably the most striking design feature! The glossy black glass tile backsplash creates an illusion of depth and opulence while interacting with the natural light. The backsplash tiles and black cabinetry work well together to produce a cohesive look. Incorporating white quartz countertops as a finishing touch creates a visually appealing contrast with the black surfaces.
Modern Blue Glass Tile Backsplash
Blue is one of the most popular colors for a reason; it stands for confidence and bravery and naturally elevates or deflates moods. There is a perfect hue of blue for everyone if there is one thing we can be sure of. Because of this, pairing white cabinets with a cool-toned modern blue glass tile backsplash always results in a bright kitchen. There are various options, from a striking navy blue glass tile backsplash to a clear modern blue glass tile backsplash.
You may transform your kitchen into an island paradise with warm, blue-green ocean water as inspiration, or you might go for a striking backsplash made of dark blue glass tiles. Use a striking modern blue glass tile backsplash in the shape of penny rounds to add some color to your kitchen. The backsplash wall is given depth by the cobalt blue glass tile, and the high gloss finish reflects light, creating kinetic movement. It may be used as a major backsplash wall tile, stovetop accent tile, and the ideal focal point that won’t overrun a space. Let’s scroll down and see some of the gorgeous design options of a modern blue glass tile backsplash that we gathered for you to get inspired by!
ID# 173610 – Product BA5501 – Blue Glass Hexagon Mosaic Backsplash Tile
White Kitchen Cabinets with Blue Hexagon Tile Backsplash
This Blue Hexagon Glass Mosaic Backsplash Tile is a perfect choice to show off your bright and colorful personality and jazz up your white kitchen! The navy blue glass backsplash tile draws all attention between the white cabinets and countertops while the white grout of the backsplash creates a stylish contrast and adds a matching look with the white features. Incorporating a wood floor complements the coastal breeze of these glass tiles and brings warmth to the atmosphere.
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Modern Glass and Metal Tile Backsplash
The glass’s endearing appearance and sturdy durability never let you down! Both homeowners and interior designers choose glass tile backsplashes. A glass tile backsplash may complement many design aesthetics, whether it has a glossy or matte finish, and the outcome is ideal when this practical material combines with the daring of metal. A modern green glass and metal tile backsplash is one of the ways that you can cheer up your kitchen’s overall design look with energetic and lively vibes.
ID# 173612 – Product BA62010 – Metal & Glass Unique Mosaic Backsplash Tile
Brown Kitchen Cabinets with Glass Mosaic Tile Backsplash and Quartz Countertops
Such elegance! The perfect design of the modern glass and metal mosaic tile backsplash greets you with glamorous elegance! The brown cabinets are enlightened by the white countertops and the shimmering effect of these unique backsplash tiles. The brass faucet complements the copper accents of the mosaic. Overall, the combination of natural shades and cool metal accents provides a warm and inviting atmosphere with a touch of glam!
How to install a glass tile backsplash?
A glass tile backsplash requires some time and work to install, but it provides a dash of color and a new dimension to the wall and space. Check your abilities to complete this project. Here are some pointers, detailed directions, a list of the supplies and tools you’ll need, price ranges, safety warnings, and more.
Verify that your wall is flat and smooth, devoid of ripples, uneven patches, or gaps. If there are, you will need to either build a backer board over the section of the wall where you intend to place a backsplash or apply a skim layer of drywall compound to level out the area, let it fully dry, and then sand it. By doing this, you can guarantee that the tile will cling to a flat, solid surface that won’t wave or protrude in any particular spots.
All outlets in the backsplash installation area should have their circuits turned off. Find the circuit breaker for the electrical outlets in the room where the backsplash will be installed by heading to your main circuit breaker box, which is often located outside the garage area. The power to that region of your house is turned off by doing this. Use a circuit tester to confirm that the electricity is off at each outlet after turning the breaker off. Be cautious not to touch any wires inside the open outlets with your fingers or any other objects, even while the breaker is off.
-Rubber Grout Float
-Pre-mixed thin-set mortar
-Scrap one-by-two or one-by-four lumber
Cleanup and Wall Repair
Tape plastic sheeting down to the countertop’s surface. The wall must be completely level and devoid of any ridges or depressions. Using a drywall sander equipped with a drywall sanding screen or sandpaper, smooth down any imperfections. Apply drywall compound to cracks and depressions to smooth them out.
A Countertop Spacer Should Be Made
A 1/8-inch gap must be left between the bottom of the bottom row of glass tiles and the top of the countertops. As a spacer, a single layer of discarded cardboard attached to the counter works great.
Find the middle of your tile installation area using the tape measure. Shoot the vertical line of the laser level here. Cut the mesh backing holding the tiles together using scissors. Use a tile cutter to cut the tile to the proper vertical size and to make any necessary cutouts for electrical outlets, similar to the previous step.
Apply Thinset on the Wall
Add the thin-set to the wall in three steps, working in 2-foot square chunks to avoid the thin-set from drying on you. Pull out the thin-set mortar with the notch trowel and fan it across the wall with the flat edge. Keep your thickness at around 1/4 inch. Pull horizontally across the thin set using the notched edge. Thinset that is overused will adhere to the trowel or drip onto the surface. Use the broad, flat side of the trowel to smooth out the grooves in the thinset.
Set Up the First Row of Tiles
Place a sheet of tiles sitting on the countertop spacer on the thinset at the centerline. The sheet should have one of its edges on the centerline. The tiles are fixed in place by tapping the sheet with a hammer and a short scrap piece by one-by-four.
Complete the Tile Field
From side to side, keep adding tile sheets to the tile field. Move on to the upper row after finishing the bottom row. To flatten the tiles, particularly where the tile sheets meet, give them a few light taps with the one-by-four and the hammer.
Use the rubber grout float to apply grout once the tile has finished curing in the thinset. To prevent removing the grout, move the float diagonally across the tiles. Use a grout haze cleanser to remove the haze once the grout has cured.
Caulk The Tile
The tile’s corners should be caulked. If necessary, switch out the outlets with extenders. Your electrical outlet cover plates can sit flush on the surface with the help of extenders.