Published at Thursday, July 19th, 2018 - 16:09:58 PM. . By Addison Lyle.
The Case Against Glass Mosaics. They can be costly. You might have to crack open the piggy bank when purchasing a glass mosaic. In general, they cost more than natural stone backsplashes. Quality glass mosaics rarely cost less than $10 per square foot. Most cost between $20 and $30 per square foot, with high-end options topping $50 per square foot. These are no small investments, even for kitchens with less ground to cover.
Remember, Grout Is the Finishing Touch. Finally, you’ll want to make sure that you’ve thought about grout—that spreadable, mortar-like mixture that is pushed into the crevices between each tile to ensure a water-resistant surface. As we mentioned, you’ll want to think about maintenance with grout, because it is more difficult to clean than most tiles, but you’ll also want to consider color. If you are using a darker tile, white grout lines will contrast sharply, while a grout with a similar tone will be more subtle and, if desired, can almost blend in with the rest of the tile. One trend we’ve been seeing is people opting for very simple, neutral tiles, like a while subway tile, and then using a brightly colored, eye-catching grout in a fun color for an unexpected, playful touch.
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