Oceanside Glass Tile offers Beautiful, Recycled Tiles

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Oceanside Glass Tile offers an absolutely beautiful line of glass tiles.  Not all tiles contain recycled content, but a good amount of them do.  The recycled content is according to the tile color.  For instance, cobalt, has almost 75% post-consumer content.  The great thing is that you can see which colors contain recycled content, and how much, right on their site; there is a simple table that makes it easy to evaluate your color choice. 

Oceanside offers 7 collections of tiles and within those collections are a wide variety of shape, size, texture, and color.  Many of the tiles have a unique and beautiful iridescent quality.  And every tile is unique since they are handcrafted by artisans.  Their tiles would look gorgeous in any bathroom and would also be a great choice for kitchen backsplashes.   Check out their website to see all their tiles and the recycled content table.

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Recycled Glass Tile

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  • rt5303

    BUYER BEWARE

    Oceanside Glass Tile will not make any adjustments for the tile that you purchase. If you buy it you own it! We purchased 200 square feet of tile from one of their dealers and the tile was too dark when used on a vertical surface. They refused to make any exchanges or adjustments. The dealer suggested that we purchase 40 more square feet and “re-blend” the tile. They were supposed to send us a blending tray but when we called they told us that they couldn’t.

    Unless you are certain of how this tile will look on vertical walls, do not purchase this tile.

    None of their literature or brochures says that they will not accept returns or exchanges but they will not.

    BUYER BEWARE – It’s beautiful product but make 100% certain of the color selection.

  • sarah roe

    I actually just read that Oceanside has moved their whole production to Mexico and that their process is not the most environmentally friendly. They are using furnaces instead of kilns, which would produce zero emissions. The source that I read also said that they are actually using low percentages of recycled material. Not good! I guess I would go for a smaller company like Sandhill, Bedrock or Stardust- whom I just posted an article about. Sorry to hear this, but wanted to give you an update.

  • sarah roe

    I actually just read that Oceanside has moved their whole production to Mexico and that their process is not the most environmentally friendly. They are using furnaces instead of kilns, which would produce zero emissions. The source that I read also said that they are actually using low percentages of recycled material. Not good! I guess I would go for a smaller company like Sandhill Industries, Bedrock Industries or Stardust Glass- whom I just posted an article about. Sorry to hear this, but wanted to give you an update.

  • joan

    I need a few oceanside glass fish tiles (trout).

    They don’t make them anymore. If anyone knows where to buy some let me know! joan.bone@comcast.net

  • Jack

    I used all oceanside recycled glass with the fish accents to create an aquarium look on my shower walls, also a backsplash around the sink. I was so happy that they were recycled and beautiful, but not for long. About 24 of the tiles in the shower have cracked and when I hired a tile company to replace a few, it caused the ones around them to crack! The ones around the sink are fine….might be a hot/cold flux they don’t like…just a thought.

  • Katie Conway

    I love glass tile I am going to put it in my kitchen in my house after I get married because I am only 15 years old so I have a long way before I get married but i am going to put glass tile in my kitchen.

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