Bathroom Mosaic Tile - Small Tiles with Big Impact
Bathroom mosaic tile just beg to be played with. In large areas, in specially planned accent areas or when used to add the smallest detail.
And of course they are ideal to use in problem areas where big tiles just don't cut it.
Unlike some big tiles, they inherently have a tactile feel due to the ridges and grout grooves and they are so easy to manipulate.
Small Gems of Color
You can use an uninterrupted single color of mosaic tiles in your chosen area.
A great idea though is to replace a few chosen tiles in playful, contrasting or complementary colors.
By simply changing your bathroom accessories or a wall color, the eye will pick up those tiny splashes of color to create unity in your bathroom design.
If used in large areas on the wall or floor, the eye may blend them into a uniform whole, which may well be what you want to achieve.
If not, then do break up the expanse by inserting visual points of interest.
There are very few areas where mosaic tiles cannot be used.
A bathroom vanity can be constructed inexpensively and then given the royalty treatment with mosaics. The same goes for the tub surround and backsplash area. And of course, you can line the inside of a constructed bath with mosaic tiles. This gives you the design freedom to decide on your custom size and shape.
Mosaic tiles are easy to use even if you were using curved surfaces in your vanity or bath design.
Note the line of green color to unify the tub and vanity.
Many bathroom tiles are available in a variety of dimensions. Using the mosaic version with the large tile is a great way to finish off a tiled area.
Or how about using a few rows to frame around a bathroom mirror?
Natural stone bathroom tiles do have a tactile feel and richness in color, which contrasts beautifully with the smooth and clean-lined vessel sinks.
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