Certain designs are always in style and mosaic tiles have been popular for thousands of years, but why is this?
Mosaic tiles were first popularised by the Ancient Greeks and the Ancient Romans, so you only have to look at the amazing remnants of their society to understand how much they valued aesthetics. And the inimitable style of mosaic tiles has resisted endless changes in fashion to remain just as popular today as they ever were.
Let’s take a look at exactly what you need to know about mosaic tiles.
You may be wondering what the benefits of mosaic tiles are and, believe me, there are plenty such as:
The benefits are clear to see, but where exactly should you be using mosaic tiles?
As we’ve already discussed, mosaic tiles are highly versatile and this is why they’re perfect for a wide range of projects. In particular, the natural texture of mosaic tiles gives them fantastic anti-slip properties and is the driving factor behind them being popular for bathroom designs. The soothing natural colours of mosaic tiles also provide a relaxing spa-like atmosphere to give bathrooms a touch of luxury.
Glass tiles provide much less protection against slips, but their enhanced cleanliness ensures that they should be your go-to option for kitchen environments such as splashbacks and centrepiece designs. Not only can glass mosaic tiles be wiped down easily and quickly, but they also imbue any setting with a touch of luxury and class that is unmatched by other materials.
You’re probably starting to get an idea of how and where you can use mosaic tiles, so the next step is sourcing the right tiles for your needs.
The two main options for sourcing commercial mosaic tiles are:
Mosaic tiles represent a fantastic tiling option and have the potential to truly transform any commercial project from something ordinary into something quite extraordinary, so there’s no better time to embrace them.
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