Mosaics on the historic grounds of Villa D'Este, Italy's most storied retreat, are among the country's most photographed landmarks. This particular wall is the Mosaic of Nymphaeum Villa D'Este which is an example of Renaissance architecture. Emphasizing pattern and scale, Renaissance style draws influence from Roman architecture.
The sink seems to float on the strong horizontal lines of the vanity in this contemporary powder room. Mosaic stone walls work in tandem with the organic textures and materials used throughout the room, warming the space while retaining its refinement. A stunning pendant light adds a touch of excitement.
A swimming pool serves as both a recreational feature and a stunning visual element in this private backyard oasis that accents the architectural design (notice the double mosaic tile walls at the far end of the pool).
Mosaic tile walls give this spacious master bathroom an artful look, bringing in color and texture to the space. Candles by the bathtub create a relaxing atmosphere, while windows above the tub and in the glass walk-in shower flood the space in natural light.
As seen on HGTV’s Property Brothers, this kitchen’s cabinets were refreshed with a deeper, richer stain, and small mosaic tiles in teal were installed as a colorful, contrasting backsplash. A hanging cage pendant light over the sink creates an interesting focal point.
This half bath features a floating vanity against a visually striking wall with a stone mosaic design. The space also includes a large mirror with stone mosaic frame as well as a vintage-style light bulb sconce light.