Grey glass subway tile is a heat-resistant material, so that the glass panels are ideal for coating the wall of the kitchen right in the cooking area. In addition, it is an easy-to-clean material, so behind the sink and as a front on the perimeter of the countertop it becomes an effective shield for splashing. For glass kitchen facings the fronts of glasses are designed to create color, being a resistant and durable material, the glass is also easy to install screwed or glued to the wall.
The tile is the traditional material par excellence and has the drawback of the tendency to get dirty and crack if exposed to heat, or to peel off if exposed to too much moisture. The mosaic is a good alternative to the tile, which must be noted that multiplies the number of joints to be cleaned. Grey glass subway tile can be considered an optimal coating for the front of the kitchen, as it provides luminosity, elegance and, above all, cleanliness.
Grey glass subway tile favors the reflection of light, an aspect that makes it ideal for kitchens that require a greater sensation of space and luminosity. The glass panels can be transparent or opaque, glossy or matte, dyed in mass or lacquered, the tempered glass has the advantage that it will never be broken by a blow or thermal shock since it is a very resistant glass and can be manufactured in large dimensions.