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How to Install Beveled Antique Mirror Glass Subway Tiles -
Our beveled antique glass mirror subway tile is one of the most popular tiles for bathroom and kitchen. The unique finish and beveled edge of this mirror tile design delivers a vintage touch to any of your interior projects. This product can enhance both residential and commercial spaces. 3" x 12" glass subway tile creates a timeless look great for accents and full-surface installations. Use this vintage-look mirror subway tile for walls in general areas and showers. It is a charming antique mirror glass backsplash tile to accentuate your interior design. Add a brilliant accent to your home with our beveled glass tile!
The raised beveled edge adds depth and dimension to a tiled wall, magnifying the reflective surface of this beautiful mirrored tile. The antique finish is perfect for vintage homes with an old world charm, or to add a textural touch to an industrial interior, rustic farmhouse home, or any contemporary style! Mirror glass tiles are a great choice for any interior installation, as they reflect ambient light and can make dark spaces feel brighter and small spaces feel larger! Open up your space with a romantic touch thanks to the antiqued finish, crafting a beautiful interior that will look beautiful on any interior wall installation! From a cozy powder room wall tile, a beautiful backsplash to bounce light under your cabinets, or a gorgeous vanity backsplash that always reflects your best side - this is the perfect time for a romantic vintage home project!
Sold by: Box
Sheet Size: 3" x 12"
Recommended Adhesive: Laticrete Glass Tile Adhesive Lite
Area of use:
Prop 65 Warning for CA residents.
How do you install Beveled Antique Mirror Glass Tile?
We recommend always using a glass adhesive as the mortar when installing glass tiles.
You want to make sure you use a grout join line between 1/8th and 1/16th of an inch - glass tiles should always have grout joint lines between them to provide space for them to flex and move so you avoid cracks or breakage to the tile itself.
Always use a non-sanded grout with glass tiles to avoid scratching the surface.
These tiles seem porous. Will the heat from a stove mess them up if I used them as backsplash?
The Antique Mirror Glass is not porous as the surface is solid glass. As long as the tile does not get hotter than 150F, it will not change in appearance.
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I want to use this for a backsplash in my bar area. I will need a trim for it. Do you have anything that could be used for trim?
We do carry quite a few glass trim pieces that would work beautifully with these tiles! They do have a slightly different finish, so you can look for something that is the closest match like Stardust Mineral glass pencil trim or Sea Glass gray pencil liner or you could add contrast to the tiles with another color that complements your space! You can order trim and pencil tiles by the piece if you want to preview them with your Antique Glass mirror tiles to finish off your bar backsplash.
What kind of grout do you use?
We recommend a non-sanded grout to ensure there is no scratching of the glass and mirror finish during the grouting process - here is our recommended grout! We also recommend a glass adhesive for your mortar to ensure the best installation.
There's already a question posted about how to install these tiles but the response only mentions grout. What do you use for installation to make the tiles adhere to a wall (thinset mortar, adhesive, etc.)? Thanks.
We recommend using a glass adhesive for all glass tiles - Laticrete Thinset Mortar Glass Tile adhesive is our top recommendation
Is there any type of protective backing on antique mirrored tile, something that protects it during install? Wondering if same as back of standard mirror? Thanks! PS. They’re just beautiful!!
There is a layer between each piece for the transit and storage protection, but no protective backing for the installation. We recommend handling it carefully when installing on your glass tile thinset mortar and using a non-sanded grout to avoid any scratches.
How do you cut this tile?
We recommend using King Diamond or Ridgid Diamond blade to cut glass tiles of this thickness. Please check it with your contractor prior to cuttingg
I purchased this online but I cannot find how to install this.What kind of adhesive is use is thin set works well? Or a special adhesive needed.
For this glass tile, we recommend using Laticrete Thins-set Mortar Glass tile adhesive and Laticrete Permacolor Select Non-Sanded Grout Base
How thick are these tiles at the beveled edges?
Hello! Thank you for your inquiry. The total thickeness (including the beveled edge) is about 3/16''. The thickness of the tile without beveled edge is about 1/16''
Does this come in another color?
We carry this tile in both the Antique Mirror finish as well as a Clear mirror finish - they also come in additional sizes in both finishes. You can see all of the options available for this style in our Mirror Tile collection.
Will 6 boxes cover 25 sf for kitchen backsplash?
Hello, How do you recommend that we cut these to fit our wall? Thank you, Sarah
This tile qualifies for free ground shipping to the Lower 48 United States!