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Designer Mosaic Tile Adds Style to Your Kitchen or Bath

By: Jodi Marks
Display of different patterns of designer mosaic tiles.

Display of different patterns of designer mosaic tiles.

Designer mosaic tiles come in a wide range of styles, sizes, patterns, and materials—including glass, stone, ceramic, and porcelain. The tiles are preassembled in 12” x 12” sheets on a mesh backing to make them easy to cut and install.

Designer mosaic tiles are available at The Home Depot. Watch this video to find out more.

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Jodi Marks: You know I have to say I love tiling projects. And the nice thing now is you can do an ordinary tiling project and spruce it up with some designer beautiful mosaic tiles.

Look at all the different options—you’ve got glass tiles, you’ve got stone tiles. You even have these like right here that combine both of those mediums, because you’ve got glass—this is a glassy look and then this is a frosted look.

Along with this travertine right here, we’ve got three different, or four different colors actually of glass tiles mixed in with the travertine. This is a great application for your backsplash where you could then do a bullnose underneath and then have your field tiles come in underneath for a really awesome designer look.

The nice thing is it comes in a 12 by 12 sheet. You flip it over, you see the mesh, that’s what holds it in place. It’s very easy to trim this so that you can make easy cuts. This also runs through a wet saw really quickly to get nice cuts as well.

So this is just a great addition that can really spruce up your average looking tiling project.


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