If you’re looking for a new look for your bathroom, why not consider a mosaic to add a great design
feature to the walls. Available in a range of styles and colours, mosaics can freshen up the space,
whether used as a small design feature like a splashback or for an entire wall or even more.
Mosaic tiles can be used to add modernity to a room or even a touch of Roman style history. It’s all
down to the designs you choose and the way you apply the tiles. The addition of mosaic tiles to your
bathroom can be used to create a luxurious effect for the bathroom, even making the room feel like a
If it’s modernity that you want for the bathroom, to complement sharp lines and bright chromes of ultra-
modern furniture, consider using glass mosaic tiles. Glass mosaic tiles can create a funky and
modern look for a room, which will complete the contemporary look. Another benefit of applying glass
mosaic tiles to the wall is an illusion of space. For those of us not blessed with the largest of
bathrooms, the reflection of light around the room provided by glass mosaic tiles can be a great way
to make the room seem much bigger than it actually is.
Whether you’re looking to cover the entire room with Bathroom Mosaic Tiles, or just a small section of
the wall, it can create a dramatic and luxurious effect. If the idea of total mosaic coverage is not to
your taste, why not combine a mosaic with some traditional wall tiles, adding patches of mosaic in
place of tiles across the room. This approach can create a dramatic and stylish effect in the room,
giving your bathroom a unique look.
An added bonus of mosaic tiles in the bathroom is the ease in which they can be cleaned. What’s the
point of having a beautiful bathroom if it has to be cleaned three times a day? Mosaic tiles are truly
low maintenance, giving you a bathroom that looks great and won’t create extra work at the same
What may put people off the idea of mosaic tiles is the impression that there are thousands of tiny
tiles to apply and space perfectly. Mosaic tiles are supplied in sheets that are around 30 cm square,
giving the impression of hours of painstaking work, when in effect there was little more effort involved
than using conventional tiles.
When applying mosaic tiles to your bathroom wall, it is important that you mark out the space that you
are tiling before you begin and only apply adhesive to a small area at a time. Ensuring that the tiles
are precisely level with a spirit level before tapping them down will also help to create clear lines with
John Dawson has written extensively about a range of DIY and bathroom related topics
including Bathroom Mosaic Tiles for a number of websites. John also enjoys home improvements and
is currently in the process of remodelling his kitchen.