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FAQs

People often choose porcelain, ceramic, or glass tiles for bathroom floors because they are strong, water-resistant, and aesthetically appealing. There is really no right answer as to which material is the "best", as they all have the potential to meet individual preferences and tastes.

Consider factors such as the size of the bathroom, the style you want to achieve, durability, maintenance requirements, and budget when choosing bathroom tiles.

Yes, these tiles are a popular choice for bathroom walls, backsplashes, and accents due to their beauty, reflective properties, and resistance to water and stains. Glass mosaic tiles are especially popular for use in showers.

Cleaning glass bathroom tiles typically involves using a mild detergent or glass cleaner and a soft cloth to remove dirt and grime. Avoid abrasive cleaners that could scratch the glass surface.

While glass can be used on bathroom floors, it is more commonly used on walls and backsplashes due to the potential slipperiness and susceptibility to scratching and chipping under heavy foot traffic. If using glass mosaic tiles for a shower floor, it is recommended to choose a slip-resistant or small format tile.

The size of glass tiles for bathroom walls depends on personal preference and the desired aesthetic. Common sizes include subway tiles, mosaic tiles, and larger format tiles for a modern look.

Installing glass tiles in the bathroom involves preparing the surface, applying adhesive suitable for glass tiles, carefully laying the tiles in the desired pattern, and grouting the tiles once they're in place. We recommend epoxy over cementitious grout and thinset for the best results.

Glass tiles can be more expensive than ceramic or porcelain tiles due to their premium materials and manufacturing processes, but prices vary depending on the brand, design, and quality of the tiles.

Glass tiles offer several benefits for bathroom design, including their ability to reflect light, create visual interest, resist water and stains, and enhance the overall aesthetic appeal of the space. The variety of patterns and colors available also make it an attractive choice. The variety of patterns and colors available also make it an attractive choice.

Epoxy grout is often recommended for glass tile showers because it is highly resistant to water, stains, and mold. It also provides a stronger bond and is less likely to crack or discolor over time compared to traditional cement-based grout.