If you needed a privacy window, in a bathroom for example, a sea glass window like this would be gorgeous. Made by Robin Pierson.
An Old Window Frame becomes a one of a kind suncatcher. Featured here. To glue your sea glass to a window, make sure to use glue that dries clear, such as Weldbond Glue which is also a no fume, non toxic glue.
A Dresser decorated with sea glass for a Beachy Nursery by Little Crown Interiors.
An old table was made over with a sea glass mosaic. The table top was spray-painted white first, then sea glass pieces were adhered with clear glass adhesive, finished off with pre-mixed grout. By Lisa of Uppercase Living, via Pinterest.
A little glue, sea glass, and non-sanded white grout turned a plain white tray into a content turtle swimming among seaweed under the sea. By Find Seaglass.
A darling Sea Glass Mason Jar.
I love the finished look you achieve when using grout. You can learn how to make this picture frame here.
A beautiful idea for a bathroom mirror that you have seen here.
Learn how to make this gorgeous Sea Glass Mosaic Wreath at Crafts 'n Coffee.
A cute sea glass planter, featured here.
Add some colors to your garden with mosaic stepping stones. Learn more here!
A sea glass mosaic Mailbox that's a combination of genuine sea glass, ceramic tile and craft sea glass, and a weatherproof sealer keeps out the winter weather. Made by Cinderella by the Sea for her own home. Via Facebook. And now that you have seen all these great sea glass mosaic ideas, you might want to know Where to Buy Seaglass!