Originally, mosaics were assembled from small, hand-cut pieces of stone, glass, or ceramic set in mortar to create a pattern or picture. Glass tiles mosaics first appeared in Egypt 3,500 years ago. Then traveled to Greece and India, then on to the Byzantine Empire and the West. Their beauty was prized for its decorative impact, as shown in St. Mark’s Basilica in Venice.
Customized Picture Feature
The customized pictures were even in homes around Rome and Pompei Italy. We can customise feature walls with a Medusa or pattern you would like in the colours you select.
- Whether translucent or opaque, glass mosaics catch and reflect light to brighten up a space, and they marry well with other natural surfaces, including stone, ceramic, and wood.
- Countless options for colour, shape, and surface texture let you create a standout effect even with just a little bit of tile, so you needn’t bust your budget. A kitchen backsplash or a simple border set into field tile in pool will ramp up the glamour.
- It’s impervious to moisture and unaffected by UV rays, so it won’t stain from spills or fade from sunlight. With a swipe of a damp cloth, it’s easy to maintain, too.