Handcrafted glass tiles are an excellent choice for both residential and commercial applications. With styles ranging from traditional to modern, glass tiles can be used in bathrooms, kitchens, feature walls, swimming pools, and in just about any other place imaginable. Clients love glass tiles for their low maintenance needs — as well as the wide range of styles available (translucent, opaque, satin, glossy, and matte are just a few styles to choose from). At Connecticut Stone, we take pride in carrying a large selection of glass tile from trusted brands that include AKDO, Lunada Bay, New Ravenna, Walker Zanger and many more.
In addition to being offered in a variety of styles, our glass tiles also come in numerous patterns and sizes to suit your unique project needs. Field tile, for instance, is a larger cut that is ideal for filling large spaces at once. Mosaic glass tile is much smaller and is a popular choice for applications such as kitchen backsplashes and shower tile accents. We also carry glass tile in moldings, borders, and waterjet options. Reach out to our team to help select the right glass tile for your client's next project!
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Appointments for interior projects are highly recommended. We like to make sure that we set aside the proper time and resources to service you.
Bring your plans if it is new construction or a renovation, photos of the existing space and any inspiration images that will be helpful. This can include photos of bathrooms or backsplashes that you like, wall coverings, paint swatches or even fabrics you might be considering!
If materials are “ready to ship”, then the lead time is generally 7-14 days. Custom orders are hand-made and typically have a lead time between 6 and 8 weeks.
There is a wide range in price for glass tiles. “Ready to ship” glass tiles can range in price $20 to $80 SF on average. Hand-made glass mosaics are priced according to the pattern. See your sales associate for additional information.
You should ask a design professional (architect, builder or tile installer) for the square footage you need to cover. We can assist you from there.
It is an excellent idea to order additional material. When using glass tile we typically recommend a surplus of 15-25% depending on the pattern and the application.
Yes. Depending on the tile, we will have a specific recommendation for you on setting material and grout. Be sure to ask your sales associate.
In general, engineered quartz countertops do not need to be sealed. However, some matte or concrete finishes are easier to clean once an impregnating sealer has been applied. For these applications we recommend Stonetech Quartz and Porcelain Tile Sealer.
Be sure to check with your Connecticut Stone team member before applying a sealer as some brands will void their material warranty if a sealer is applied.
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