Glass backsplash tiles are generally laid horizontally, but this contemporary master bathroom forgoes that norm with a lustrous vertical tile pattern. Rich brown cabinetry and tiered Caesarstone countertops echo the tile's warm brown tones.
Taupe, slate gray and ice blue glass tiles makeup this kitchen backsplash. A marble countertop compliments the muted tones of the backsplash and gray wall. Spices sit within reach on a built-in shelf next to the stove.
HGTV's Property Brothers transformed this small bathroom with luxurious tile and updated fixtures. The shower's iridescent backsplash shimmers against peacock blue walls and the gray bathtub surround. Gold trim tile is an edgy touch.
This glass backsplash, tiled in tones of neutral and brown, serves as a beautiful addition and primary design element in a modern kitchen. Using large, coordinating glass tiles everywhere except over the range provides a look of coordination without creating an busy feeling. The range hood has been kept small, allowing the backsplash to be the main focus.
A glass tile backsplash provides a shimmering backdrop to this Craftsman-style kitchen. Upper glass cabinets provide storage and a pretty place to display dishes, while black countertops contrast against the natural wood of the cabinets.
After a remodel, this kitchen has a fresh backsplash consisting of white subway tiles and green glass tiles. The remodel left existing cabinets in place while adding new appliances, lighting and countertops.
Brown, shaker-style cabinets juxtaposed with a white, glass tile backsplash mesh traditional and contemporary styles to create this beautiful, transitional kitchen. Light granite countertops and stainless steel appliances finish off the timeless look.
The jagged edge of a glass-tile backsplash plays well against the textured wall treatment in this cool contemporary kitchen. Arty glass panels in the lighted upper cabinets are a nifty custom touch. Quartz countertops are durable and stylish.
In a kitchen large enough to forego upper cabinets, the backsplash becomes a major design element. Designer Nathalie Tremblay of Atelier Cachet chose to stack white glass tiles in neat columns for an eye-catching, graphic look.
In this hotel-inspired small bathroom, designer Luca Paganico created a striking focal point with a recycled glass tile backsplash. The mix of tiles pulls the room together, bringing out the colors of the walls and stone countertop.