10 Ways to Dazzle With Mosaic Bathroom Tiles
A shimmering mosaic can make even the most neutral of bathrooms look stunning
Warm metallics are still on-trend, and a great way to bring them into the bathroom without going the whole hog and fitting gold taps is with a panel of glittering mosaics. This splash of gold looks classy rather than tacky thanks to the otherwise neutral décor.
Tiling an entire wall in mosaics can look amazing. Try creating a random pixel pattern in different colours, or stick to variations on one shade, as here, for a sophisticated sweep.
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If you prefer a neutral look that still offers a little pattern, consider tiling a recessed shelf. The backs of these cubbyholes are lined with sweetie-coloured glass mosaics that glitter in the light. To show off the subtle pattern, opt for coordinating towels and other accessories.
However simple and neutral the tiling you opt for, you can pack an extra punch by matching other accessories to it. The simple elegance of the tiling here is reflected in the mirror’s mosaic frame. It’s details like these that take a scheme to the next level.
This tiled freestanding bath is nothing short of decadent. Make it work – and avoid it being too overpowering – by installing it in a neutral space so it shines for all the right reasons. In a smaller bathroom, tiling the side of a built-in bath could achieve a similar effect.
If you have an all-white bathroom, consider setting it off with a mosaic floor. These grey and white ones add a touch of interest to a neutral scheme, or plump for a little more punch with a bold colour or intricate pattern, such as those by Bisazza.
Bring a splash of style to your bathroom floor
A soothingly white bathroom will always be a joy to spend time in. Try giving the scheme depth by combining large plain white tiles with smaller shimmering mosaics, as here – the clean expanses will act as a frame for the more intricate tiles. Position lighting so it catches the mosaics and brings out the subtle glitter.
Even just a few mosaics will bring colour and pattern into a bathroom and energise a neutral space. This mix of teals and bronzes is elegant, and a design like this is easy to lay. A panel on the floor works well, but you could just as easily incorporate one on a wall, using it to separate basin and shower areas, for instance.
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