Designer Jamie Florence selected a marble mosaic tile for this family-friendly kitchen's backsplash. The imperfections and color variation of the stone create interest — offering the same natural uniqueness of marble slabs with the added appeal of a geometric design.
This roomy walk-in shower evokes a spa-like feel thanks to white Akdo Thassos marble, capiz-shell mosaics and parchment glass tiles. The gray stripes complement the metallic fixtures and add visual interest to walls.
Mosaic tile set in diagonal rows creates an eye-catching niche for the shower head in this traditional shower. Marble sheathing the walls is interrupted by a decorative border, adding interest and drawing the eye throughout the space.
Trying to find a way to spice up your space? This marble shower highlights the beauty and simplicity of mosaic tile accent panels. This accent panel's particular pattern adds variety while still maintaining the neutral color scheme of the overall space.
A stone mosaic tile backsplash complements the vanity countertop in the downstairs powder room at the 2016 San Francisco Decorator Showcase. Subtle carved detail on the Kallista faucet adds an unexpected twist to a modern fixture.
This gorgeous modern bathroom features a bathtub that looks out onto a breathtaking view while you soak. Neutral marble tile is given a touch of accent from red window frames. A colorful rock mosaic spills out from the tub onto the floor for a unique design detail.
Incredible tile work elevates this walk-in shower from bathroom staple to artistic masterpiece. Marble bricks surround the walls while beautiful mosaic detailing is featured on the floor and ceiling, behind the faucets and in swooping wraparound accents.
One of designer Claire Paquin's favorite ways to make an impact in the bathroom is marble mosaic floor tiles. "Bathrooms rarely have any opportunity for pattern, with the exceptions of window treatments and wallpaper, so a patterned floor tile is a great place to splurge. Sometimes the small, intricate patterns are expensive, but you typically won't need to buy as much," says Paquin.