Variety of Colors and Style of Glass Tile
Coastal glass tiles in New Orleans feature interlocking lengths of tile that come in both gloss and matte finishes. The use of color in relationship with glass and stone has been a constant, fluctuating change popular in the world of interior design across the USA and beyond. The Stone Gallery’s coastal glass tiles feature the finest blues reminiscent of the seas themselves. Much like the foam, they wash across the display and pull the eyes from section to section as they ebb and flow.
Riva Del Mar Glass in New Orleans is as nuanced and varied as the city itself. It’s a type of glass tile that is composed of multiple little glass pieces that are frequently as small as pebbles. Although they can contain many different colors, there is generally a constant theme across the bulk of them, such as shades of blue, often featuring a total of eight independent colors. These are further treated with an option between two finishes: matte and gloss.
Sorbetto Stone/Mixed glass tile in New Orleans features an ancient design in which stone meets glass to further enhance the best of both artistic worlds. There’s a certain coolness of purpose and presence in each element, and it culminates in the Sorbetto Collection. Perfect in practically any lighting condition, the cooling elements of glass can be complemented by the warmness of the stone. The perfect option for modern tile design plans, these mosaics elevate the atmosphere in the spaces they’re used to new heights.
If you are looking for glass or other types of tile to add to your kitchen or bathroom, contact our knowledgeable staff at the Stone Gallery to find what tile inspires you!