Mosaic tiles are highly versatile and can be used to add style, colour, and character to kitchens, bathrooms and laundries. Whether you’re looking to create a contemporary kitchen or bathroom with hexagon or herringbone mosaics or create a space that illustrates your unique design style, mosaics tiles provide the perfect platform to do so.
We have one of the largest selections of mosaic tiles in Perth, which includes mosaic tiles of all types; from marble, metal, timber, and glass, to mixed materials and beyond. Our mosaics are modern in design, high in quality, and affordable in price.
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How to choose Mosaic Tiles
Mosaic tiles provide a sure-fire way to add designer flair to any space. Whether you’re looking for a budget kitchen or bathroom renovation or designing a luxury mansion, the simple addition of the right mosaic tiles can turn any space from dull to decadent, at a minimum cost. However, choose the wrong mosaic, and what you intended to be trendy, can quickly become tacky.
Choosing the right mosaic is simple; consider the available types, the design, the application, and of course, the required maintenance, and you will have the perfect mosaic for your intended use.
Mosaic Tile Types
Mosaic tiles are possibly the most versatile tile of all. They can encompass an array of shapes, be made out of a wide variety of materials, and can be a mix of different shapes and materials.
The most common types of mosaic tiles are marble mosaic, metal mosaic, timber mosaic, glass mosaic, and mixed material mosaic. Marble mosaics are currently tending, while glass mosaics are considered to be more ‘old fashioned.’
Mosaic Tile Designs
The type of mosaic you choose will directly impact the design options. For instance, natural wood mosaics won’t offer the same design styles as a marble or glass mosaic would. The design of a mosaic tile comes down to two elements; the design of each mosaic piece and how each piece is mounted on the mesh sheeting. And, you will find mosaic designs are often available in multiple patterns; such as herringbone and hexagon, which are currently trending. The key is to choose a mosaic design that matches or complements the design and colour palette of the space.
Mosaic Tile Applications
As mentioned, mosaic tiles are incredibly versatile. They can be used to create feature walls, kitchen benchtops, kitchen and laundry splashbacks, feature flooring, and anywhere in bathrooms. However, it pays to give some consideration to where the mosaics will be used in the selection process.
Consider the required maintenance when choosing a mosaic for a particular application. You won’t want to choose an intricate mosaic which requires a lot of grout (and therefore, more work to keep clean) on the floor or walls of a shower; however, such a mosaic would be well suited as a feature wall.