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  • Patricia Rickman

    Back splash- half bath -A small band of glass tile is a pretty AND cost-effective backsplash for a bathroom. This also takes the "builder look" out of the bathroom....i think I am gonna do this.

  • Marilyn Gillis

    For the half bath maybe!!! A small band of glass tile is a pretty AND cost-effective backsplash for a bathroom. For my powder room when I get around to finally doing it :)

  • Amanda Millard

    A small band of glass tile is a pretty AND cost-effective backsplash for a bathroom. Ideas for master bath and hall bath!

  • Sabine Liedel

    For master bath. Love this wall color. Small band of glass tile is a pretty AND cost-effective backsplash for a bathroom

  • Diane Provenzano

    Just a small band of glass tile is a pretty AND cost-effective backsplash for a bathroom. Want to do in my master bath! New Selections: Minas Black soapstone, slate backsplash... This would look great in my guest bathroom

  • Kendall Lanese

    Just a small band of glass tile is a pretty AND cost-effective backsplash for a bathroom. Want to do in my master bath! New Selections: Minas Black soapstone, slate back splash

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Small band of glass tile is a pretty AND cost-effective backsplash for a bathroom

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floor-to-ceiling backsplash .. genius for our .5 bath without taking away from our pedestal sink!

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Color scheme is nice and like how the back splash is set up. This could be a good style for a powder room or guest bathroom.

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Mermaid wall. I actually think I would like this outside by the pool.. water feature or something..

Or, we go lighter tiles and I paint the walls a sea green...

I was just saying to myself "I could never live with color that bright in my house" and then I saw this ceiling. What was I thinking? This is wonderful.

Do you have a small kitchen space? Try adding glass shimmering tiles to open the space up.