Various configurations: Crush recycled glass tile by Fireclay Tile

California-based Fireclay Tile launched Crush recycled glass tile using Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) glass. Available in 40 colors in gloss or matte finishes, Crush recycled glass tile comes in various configurations, including: field tile, mosaic sheets, rails and accents, and border combinations. From rectangles and circles to triangles and hexagons, Crush recycled glass tile fits any space. The 3 by 3 and 4 by 4 tiles work in the kitchen, especially in bold colors like Poppy, Dandelion, and Blueberry (in gloss, these look like Charms hard candies). In 2 by 6 and 2 by 8, the tiles work in the bathroom. Options include Phosphor, Licorice or Icicle for contemporary spaces.

Fireclay Tile was founded in 1986 in San Jose, Calif. The company uses sustainable manufacturing processes and incorporates recycled materials into its products. The company developed leadless glazes, created Volcanite from glazed lava, and invented Debris Tile, which incorporates 25 percent post-industrial recycled content (granite dust).

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