Mosaic me up



Unexpected ways with beautifully crafted mosaic to give you new inspiration for your home. No longer just reserved for beautiful bathrooms, why not break out the mosaic on your floors or walls with Bisazza bringing out new design collaborations to get very excited about.

We were invited by their wonderful team to the London showroom for a morning of making our own mosaics. So much fun and what a warm welcome.

When someone suggests a mosaic finish, you may think of a bathroom first and indeed Bisazza have a history of stunning bathrooms to their name. This bathroom featuring a blend of 24 carat gold tiles is pretty iconic. Obviously this is going to blow the budget but it's great to see for inspiration. Even used sparingly for accent motifs, these gold tiles have major impact in small quantities if you want a touch of bling for less.


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Make no mistake, mosaic is best fitted by a specialist to get the best results that will last you a lifetime. Time and again clients may try to make a shortcut with their own contractor or tiler but we recommend that you don't save here as it can be a false economy. Do it right, do it once, and you won't regret it as the results we be stunning and will last perfectly.


But now there is no limit to where you may want Mosaic in your home, with a whole host of new collaborations released giving the finely crafted tiles a whole new appeal. They work on floors and walls as murals in any decorative setting.


This year, in Milan, Bisazza launched a new collection with one of our favourite design teams, Studio job, and it is a contemporary hit with its playful colours and skeleton motifs.


Other stunning collaborations to take a look at are these beautiful geo floral relief tiles by Marcel Wanders and these gorgeous new cement tiles from Tom Dixon.

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Who knows, perhaps we can collaborate in the future and create a bespoke mosaic for our own renovation project, the 2LG design house at lucky number 11 - ideas are flowing, watch this space.

Jordan and Russell x 

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