Want to give a room the wow factor? Mosaic tiles could be the answer you’re looking for. Mosaic glass tiles are becoming increasingly popular for decorating walls and floors. With a little imagination and design flair, you can create a stunning kitchen splashback, a modern black and white themed bathroom or a beautiful flooring surface.
So what are some of the advantages of going for mosaic tiles?
Often mosaic tiles are made from hardened glass which has reflective and translucent properties which make these tiles instantly appealing to the eye. As well as having a high aesthetic appeal, mosaic tiles are incredibly versatile and come in an array of colours giving you the freedom to add interest and personality to a space. You can keep the design detail as simple or as complicated as you want.
Great for Kitchens & Bathrooms
Mosaic tiles are generally used in kitchens and bathrooms because they are easy to install and very hard-wearing. Mosaic glass tiles are non-porous so they’re waterproof and highly resistant to staining. They make an excellent choice for kitchen splashbacks since they’re easy to keep clean. Designs using green and blue mosaic tiles are frequently used in bathrooms or shower stalls for creating a feeling of bathing in nature or a for a calming effect. But you can use any colour or theme you have in mind.
Tailored to Fit Your Budget
Mosaic tiles tend to be pricier than other tiles but if you’re keeping to a budget you can use them in smaller ways, such as borders or geometric shapes to add detail and colour. If you want to go all out, then consider a unique mosaic tiled floor in your kitchen or bathroom, there are countless design possibilities with mosaic tiles. For flooring, it’s best to choose larger rectangular or square tile pieces for easy installment and less grouting.
Easy to Maintain
A great reason for using mosaic glass tiles for your bathroom floor or kitchen walls is that they are very easy to keep clean, requiring just a weekly wipe with a cloth and tile cleaner such as O So Kleen. We don’t recommend using abrasive scourers to clean mosaic tiles as they can get scratched.