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Tile Panache

By on November 21, 2014
Using Mosaic Tiles

Remember the pink and black 4” x 4 tile in your grandmothers bathroom? No more; tile sizes, shapes and materials have changed.

Today rectangular tiles are taking the design prize. Especially the new 12” x 24” tiles. Whether you are installing the tile horizontally or vertically on walls it is simply stunning. On floors, the look is equally dramatic. Add a mosaic to the mix and the look will be over the top.

Most commonly, stone, ceramic, and porcelain tiles are used for counters and floors. Glass is used for walls and backsplashes. Mosaic tiles shaped in rectangles, squares, circles and “pennies” have become increasingly popular. Mixed material mosaics with glass, stone and metal can be found for almost any decorating style.

Mosaic tiles are relatively easy to install and they can truly change a space, so don’t hesitate to play around a little bit to get the feel that you want to have when remodeling a bathroom.

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