Hyperion Tiles reveals highlights from its latest mosaics collection, showcasing the design trend which continues to gather pace and make design strong statements in luxury and boutique hotel bathrooms and wellness spaces…
First appearing in Mesopotamia, mosaic tiles have been around for thousands of years and there is no sign of a slowdown in their popularity. The range of size, colour, pattern and shape of bathroom mosaic tiles available from Hyperion Tiles allows designers to unleash their creativity. Aesthetics aside, these tiles are also versatile, practical durable, hygienic and low-maintenance. Mosaics work brilliantly with other materials, such as Italian porcelain tiles and they can be used on a variety of surfaces, including walls and floors.
“Mosaic tiles are so versatile in so many ways and they can be used on walls and floors,” said Richard Skeoch, Director, Hyperion Tiles.”Made from small pieces of coloured glass, ceramics, stone or even metal, these designs come in sheet form for practical use and can feature in awkward spaces or around pipes and sanitaryware and we offer a huge selection to choose form in all sorts of colours, shapes, sizes and textures.”
“Mosaic tiles are also perfectly suited to floors,” added Skeoch, “just make sure you check their slip rating, and whether they can withstand the weight of the people who will walk on them, with your tile specialist first.”
Ideal for bathrooms, mosaic tiles are non-porous and therefore highly resistant to mould and mildew. Interior designers can use them on a single wall to create a feature, or all four walls for a stronger statement. The mosaics can be used to create accents or borders and uses can vary greatly from a splashback or framing a mirror to showcasing recessed shelving or zoning the bathing area.
Hyperion Tiles has extensive collections of bespoke floor and wall tiles in a variety of patterns, colours, shapes and sizes, including an extensive mosaics collection along with the technical expertise available to offer expert advice to designers, specifiers and architects.
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