Mosaic art continues to prevail and decorate architecture all around the world. The ancient technique of mosaics involved taking small pieces of glass, stone, and other materials to create a pixelated works. This required distance and physical space to achieve full appreciation. Waterjet machines are the new mosaic artists that are now giving more intimate design to unnamed and rough slabs of material. Water jetting uses high-pressure to cut decorative patterns that were previously unachievable. Whether your style is classy, edgy or somewhere in between, waterjet mosaic tiles will provide you with an opportunity to express your true internal aesthetic making it all about you.
Easy customization at your disposal
After production of mosaic tiles, manufacturers assemble them on mesh backing. The point of mounting the tiles on mesh is that it becomes easier to cut to different sizes and shapes, allowing customization of the final result and making it easy to cover curved surfaces such as rounded edges, wavy dividers, and columns since the tiles are on a flexible base. To keep your waterjet mosaic tiles looking new, all you have to do is clean them on a regular basis with warm water to prevent dirt build-up, and wipe them down every time you use them in order to prevent water damage. If you would like to maximize the design potential in your space, the beautiful, low-maintenance, and versatile tile is your best option.
Tiling options that will suit your space
Choosing waterjet mosaic tiling options is by far different from choosing other tile options. Once you get past the commonalities such as cost, looks, and durability, you have to face one factor and that is the suitability of these tiles to your space. There are waterjet mosaic tiles for bathrooms, kitchens, and even living rooms. For instance, water is prevalent in bathrooms and it will rapidly destroy the wrong flooring.
Ceramic or porcelain tiles for your bathroom
Porcelain tiles are the best for any tiling project because aside from being stylish, and waterproof, they are also cost-effective. Just like stone, porcelain tiles can achieve a solid, textured, and rich feeling. Since there are so many types of ceramic tiles available, you can create the exact surface you want. It is possible to get ceramic tiles that look like stone or wood. Individual tiles come in a broad variety of shapes and sizes while smaller waterjet mosaic tiles lie on mesh sheets so that you do not have to individually set each tile. You can even be more creative with tinted grout. Tiles clean up well and resist even standing pools of water. Just like stone, tiles are cold but you can lay heated or radiant tile under to solve that problem. Wet tile is slick but texturing takes care of that. Smaller tiles tend to be less slippery owing to the fact that they require more grout to install and it acts as a no-skid surface. Whatever your style, waterjet mosaic tiles can inspire you to renovate your space.