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Design Sleuth: Oceanside Glass Tiles

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Design Sleuth: Oceanside Glass Tiles

Julie Carlson October 26, 2010

The shimmery black glass Bisazza-style tiled wall and tiled tub in this bathroom by Belgian architects Tomas Nollet and Hilde Huyghe lend glamour to the otherwise strictly industrial space.

Recreate the look with black mosaic glass tiles from Glass Tile's Tessera line; go to Oceanside Glass Tiles for dealer information. The Carlsbad, California–based company uses silica sand (an abundant natural resource) and up to 85 percent recycled glass in its production process.

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