Posted on November 12, 2009
Mosaic tile is used for floors and walls with a grand effect. Choose mosaic tile that accents the style of the room. Most mosaic tile is sold in various sizes with a network backing that adheres when tiling mastic and grout are applied. Choosing mosaic tile is different but well worth the effort of installation. The look and appeal of mosaic tile is always in fashion, particularly now that mosaic tiles can be found in a wide variety of colors and styles. For floors, the mosaic tile can be the centerpiece in a foyer or entrance. It’s an eyepopping room decor that never goes out of style. Combine mosaic tiles with other tiles for an even more dramatic effect. Mosaic tiles do nicely in that area just above the kitchen counter. In bathrooms, mosaic tiles give the shower area a totally different effect. Be sure to choose mosaic tiles that can withstand regular shower use. It’s also a good idea to make sure that the sheetrock base beneath mosaic tiles is waterproof to protect the tiles.
One new look for kitchen countertops is mosaic tile in vivid colors. Mosaic tiles are as durable as other countertop surfaces. But, they add depth to the kitchen work area because of the diverse configurations that can be designed with mosaic tile. Mosaic tile in the home adds a signature statement of fashion. One unique idea is to give a table top a new look. Finish it in mosaic tile in a geometric design for an “inlaid” tile look. Measure the mosaic tile to the length and width of the table top and use mastic and grout as you would for floors or walls.
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