Keeping the Dream Alive: Seamless Glass Tiles

Keeping the Dream Alive: Seamless Glass Tiles

Laure Joliet
Aug 24, 2007

Bathroom Tile. The bathroom tiles in my rental are beyond unappealing. Think oatmeal (shudder). Oatmeal covered in some wierd putty/old paint/old residue that doesn't come off no matter how hard you scrub (and believe me, I have scrubbed. So what do I do? I fantasize about incredible, clean tile. And I'm pretty sure that these glass tiles take the cake for outdoing even my fantasies. Made in Italy (of course!) by computers and cut by lasers for precision, these tiles are seamless. That's right, they have no seams! Nothing to grout! Nothing to get stuck in the grout. Nothing to break up that fantastic pattern. (Although I'll say you couldn't pay me to have to try to install them, that's for sure). But finished, it would be like having a poured and lacquered floor and walls. Incredible. So please indulge me while I take a moment to imagine the scene: clawfoot tub (set in the middle of this completely tiled room with space left over for a fainting couch and side table, huge window onto the garden, private garden. And stacks and stacks of the fluffiest, softest white towels you can imagine. Oh and no litter box under the bathroom sink. Ahhh. A girl can dream.
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