Glass Tiles


Glass tiles are tiles which have been made from glass. Glass has a number of advantages in tile making, including durability and beauty, and glass tiles can be used in a wide variety of applications, from backsplashes over kitchen sinks to trim on garden walls. Many home supply stores carry or can order a variety of glass tiles, and they can also be obtained through stores which specialize in tiles. Companies which produce glass tiles may offer an option for consumers or contractors to purchase directly from the company, especially in cases where people want to order custom tile designs.

Glass tiles are suitable for decoration of any interior and exterior surfaces. A wide selection of colors and motifs enables decoration of areas such as tiled halls, tiled bathrooms, tiled kitchens, tiled pools or large areas in hotels, banks and shopping centers. Our tiles are ideal for combination with other materials, such as metal, ceramics, wood or stone. Especially architects, builders and interior designers will appreciate its any application and curving possibilities that is perfect for tiling columns and wall niches.

Glass tiles are highly resistant to mechanical, chemical and climate influences. Glass tile for floors are specially designed and improved with an Anti-Slip Surface that is ideal for tiling kitchen floors, bathroom floors and the perfect tile for residential swimming pools or public pools.

Mosaic Glass

Glass tiles from SD Flooring Center & Design offer a unique appearance unachievable with conventional tiles. The vibrancy and depth of color combined with the reflective quality of glass results in a unique and dramatic effect, whether used in homes or modern commercial buildings.

Glass mosaic tile are suitable for both internal and external applications, as they are impervious to frost, sunlight, and water. They are easy to clean, maintain, and they never discolor, making them perfect for a tile backsplash or other high-use areas. They will continue to keep their dazzling appearance for many years to come.


Glass tiles can be used in a virtually unlimited range of applications: kitchen backsplashes and walls, bathroom backsplashes and walls, showers, borders to soften conventional ceramic tiled walls, highlight external building features, and garden walls, pools, spas, waterfalls, and any applications to suit your imagination.

With the use of effective spot lighting, color mosaic tiles tiles can turn the most undesirable of areas into stunning and dazzling works of art. Why not create a stunning mosaic bathroom wall, a great way to give your bathroom a new look without having to install new bathroom floor tile.

Recycled Glass

Recycled glass tiles are produced by melting down waste glass in furnaces heated to a temperature exceeding 2000 F. The molten glass is then stamped into shape, hand trimmed, and ground to its finished form. This sort of workmanship gives each tile both a professional finish and a hand-crafted appeal.

The benefits to homeowners who choose recycled glass tile for their backsplash, bathroom floor, or other prominent area of the home are two-fold. First, recycled glass tile is a good way to keep glass products from building up in landfills. In addition to helping conserve the environment, homeowners getting a unique product that adds style to their home. Glass tiles come in a variety of colors and finishes, both matte and glossy, and are a durable way of decorating surfaces.

Nano Glass

Nano Glass is offered in 2cm slabs. As a pure white slab, it is a unique option for anyone needing the cleanest, purest white available. It is created by pouring a mixture that consists of 75% silica into a mold to form the slab. It is produced in strips that are 400 meters long and fired in a kiln of equal length at 1,550 degrees Celsius. Once formed, the material is cut into slabs that are 110”x55”, then calibrated and polished. Any remnants are 100% recycled and reused in the manufacturing process. With a water absorbency rate of only 0.01%, it is highly unlikely this material will absorb any liquids. The fabrication process for Nano Glass is similar to that of marble,including the recommendation to use a continuous blade. For laminating the edges and gluing the slab to a substrate, it is recommended to use a clear resin from Tenax called Glaxs BM75. It is made specifically for glass and will not discolor in ultraviolet light.

Similar to marble and other natural stones, it is recommended to seal this material once installed to extend its longevity.


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