In the bathroom, a splash guard protects your walls from water damage that can result from spraying from the sink and shower. Glass backsplash tiles come in a wide range of styles, sizes, shapes and finishes and can be used to complement almost any type of decoration and design scheme. For an unexpected splash back bath, choose sensitive heat tiles. The tiles are designed to change color depending on the temperature, so they will look different when touched or with the heat of the sink, shower or heat lamp. Because the tiles react based on directional heat, your backsplash will have different designs each time.
Sensitive heat is especially nice if you have children, because they can touch the glass backsplash tiles to make the prints or other designs. If the design of your bathroom needs a service, you can use a mosaic pattern with tiles of different colors, which is particularly effective in a bathroom that uses several colors in the design in general since the board can join the different elements of the room. You can also create an image or reproduce a work of art so that your forefinger will become the focal point in the room. When planning a mosaic pattern, use graph paper to put out the design first so that each square represents an individual tile.
If you are going to use glass backsplash tiles in other parts of your bathroom, extend the board to meet the rest of the tile for a more consistent and continuous look. You can install a dashboard that extends halfway between the sink and the mirror, for example and continue the mosaic around the room instead of traditional siding. If you want a more dramatic design, use the board as the top level and create steps that descend down and out through the wall to create a symmetrical frame for the sink and the mirror area.