Mosaic tiles are a classic and widely used material; it's hardy and non-porous, which makes it suitable for wet areas like bathrooms and kitchens, and its small size allows designers to create various visual effects, such as gradients and patterns.
Design: Benjeemen Heng I.D
The warm hues of this mosaic wall is a welcomed and edgy contrast in the all-white, marble bathroom.
Design: Collective Design
Mosaics are great for kitchen backsplashes and bathrooms, but that does not mean you can't use it for any wall that needs an eye-catching feature!
Design: Fuse Concept
Interior designer Joey Khu used several colours to achieve this glamorous shimmering effect.
Design: Joey Khu interior Design
Mosaics are available in many different colours, and its size allows you to achieve a high level of specificity – like pixels! Check out this computer generated Onde pattern by Bisazza.
Design: Bisazza (Available at Hafary)
Mosaic tiles are also a great way to imbue texture in a place, especially if you're interested in a monochromatic concept.
Can't find the perfect patterned tile or art piece? Design it yourself and use mosaic tiles to put the motif together.
Design: Three-D Conceptwerke
This bright blue hue creates an underwater-like atmosphere in the bathroom. It has a concrete screed finish, too, for a utilitarian look.
Design: Studio Super Safari
A unique use of mosaic — cladding a counter top with shimmery white mosaic tiles.