Transparent Bathroom and Kitchen Tiles with Organic Objects, Recycled Glass Tiles
Transparent bathroom and kitchen tiles with organic objects, made of recycled glass, create one of modern kitchen and bathroom tile design trends, that comes from Italian Archeo Ceramika. The company surprises with innovative, eco friendly and very decorative wall tile designs, inspired by nature.
Transparent bathroom and kitchen tiles look unusual and very creative. Organic objects make surprising, interesting and modern tiles, perfect for interior design in eco style. Made of contemporary ceramic glass or recycled glass, wall tiles with starfish and sea shells, dried flowers and seeds, grass and small tree branches, moss and leaves look spectacular, playful, cheerful and unique.
Recycled glass tiles offer an attractive alternative to ceramic wall tiles, which are often used for modern kitchen and bathroom decorating. Less energy is required to produce recycled glass tiles. Beautiful transparent wall tiles are eco friendly products, that very decorative and easy to clean.
Organic design and decor for modern bathroom or kitchen
Recycled glass tiles
Glass tiles are often slightly transparent and reflect plenty of light, so they make bathroom or kitchen decor appear lighter, visually increasing the size of home interiors. Transparent kitchen and bathroom tiles are less porous than ceramic tiles, resist stains, mold and mildew, creating brighter kitchen and bathroom interiors.
Transparent glass tile designs from Eskollo, Russia are another unusual collection of modern kitchen and bathroom tile designs for creating gorgeous home interiors and unique wall decorating.
Transparent bathroom and kitchen tiles
Candies and sugar pieces, dry beans and peas, rice and coffee beans are excellent decorations for modern tiles, made of recycled glass. Plants, flowers and food create organic tile designs and offer eco friendly ways for modern interior decorating with recycled glass tiles.
Modern kitchen and bathroom tile designs
by Ena Russ
last updated: 08.10.2016
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