DH has done tiling before with ceramic and tumbled marble. He used to be in construction so he's very handy. We want to do our kitchen backsplash some time in the next year or so, so I'm starting to look around and get ideas. So far I'm thinking white glass tiles, with a few grey and beige ones sprinkled in to tie in to the colours of the rest of the house, and maybe a thin horizontal strip of those amazing stainless steel ones.
Anyways we happened to be at the lumberyard together yesterday so I showed DH what I was thinking, and he said he heard that glass tiles were a bugger to work with. Why would that be? I really want something kind of shiny and clean looking. We are in an older home with newish white Ikea cabinets, and I want something to really make it modern and fresh.
TIA for any info. :) (on either the glass or stainless tiles)