A soothing blend of green mosaic tiles adds a splash of colour and livens up this mostly-dark bathroom.
Design: Benjeemen Heng I.D
The warm hues of this mosaic wall is a welcomed and edgy contrast in this all-white, marble bathroom.
Design: Collective Design
Mosaics are great for kitchen backsplashes and bathrooms, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it for any wall that needs an eye-catching feature. This one make the dining area pop and complements the wooden dining table well.
Design: Fuse Concept
For a more glamorous look, Interior designer Joey Khu used several colours to achieve this luxe shimmering effect. Perfect for homeowners who love entertaining guests!
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 something more monochromatic.
Can’t find the perfect patterned tile or art piece? Design it yourself and use mosaic tiles to put the motif together. It makes for a grand first impression when used in the entryway.
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
Or create a floral pattern for a unique feature wall. Use neutral colours that won’t go out of style or look gaudy.
Design: 2Form Interior Design