Mosaic Tiling

Mosaic Tiling

The best mosaic tiling company in Melbourne

Mosaic tiling takes a while to be built and designed, and also requires high skill in the field to be done correctly. But with patience, skill and good design, it can add serious value to your home. We will do this for you, so if you're interested, contact us and we will give you a free quote and discuss designs with you either in person or over the phone.

Mosaic Tiling company Melbourne

Artisan landscaping and excavations in Melbourne OFFER DIFFERENT TILING OPTIONS:

Ceramic tiling:

Ceramic tiles is a durable and resistant to scratching, scraping and chipping. Ceramic tile comes in two forms. The first is glazed and the second is un-glazed. When ceramic tile is un-glazed, it is often referred to as quarry tile. both types of tiles are made from clay. dyed and heated to set the colour of the tile. Glazed tile has more colour option than an unglazed one.

Porcelain tiling:

Porcelain tiles is made the same way like ceramic tile is made but at a very high temperature which makes it more water resistant than other types of tiles. Therefore, porcelain tiles are mostly used in bathrooms and showers. This can cost you a bit more because it is very hard, dense and its creation is labour intensive.

Mosaic tiling:

Mosaic tiles are extremely decorative. Mosaic consists of a lot of stones that have been cut to perfection. They have been installed within a glass tile or mixed in cement. These are available in a variety of colour, pattern and texture and also water resistance. therefore, they can be used as kitchen tiles, bathroom tiles, pool tiles. The density of the material used for making is quite high, so they are strong and durable.

Marble tiling:

Marble creates a very magnificent aesthetic impact on the interiors especially Italian marble. Marble flooring is very durable and can last for ages. It is a heavy stone and can take heavy loads on it.

Marble flooring is scratch resistant, water resistant and bacteria resistant. therefore, can be used in kitchens, bathrooms, foyers and hallways.

Choose among them which tiling option best fulfil your needs. At Artisan Landscaping and Excavations, we are happy to help in selecting the best tiles for your floors.

Our tiling and renovation services have proven results for setting exceptional standards in cost control, planning, scheduling and project safety. We have experience that gives us a competitive advantage over others in our field.

Hiring A Tile Contractor VS hiring a general Contractor

A tile contractor is different than a general contractor. As a skilled tile contractor, we can do your entire bathroom or kitchen, often at a more reasonable price than a general contractor. My work is more specialized and requires a very in-depth understanding of codes, measurements best practices, and aesthetics of those areas from top to bottom. You might keep me in mind if you’re doing a bath, shower, or kitchen remodel and need a quality tile contractor with a finely-tuned skill set to get the bathroom or shower remodeling results you’re looking for.


  1. Art mosaics
  2. Mosaic borders
  3. Mosaic medallions
  4. Mosaic backsplash
  5. Mosaic walls & floors
  6. Mosaic displays, fabricationThough a mosaic tile is usually understood to be anything under six inches, the majority of mosaic tile patterns are made of even smaller pieces
  7. Ceramic, glass, stone, and metal tiles
  8. Iridescent, non-iridescent, and matte finishes
  9. Squares, rectangles, hexes, dots, diamonds, and other shapes
  10. Abstract or patterned mosaics
  11. Variety of color palettes
  12. Custom Mosaics


Premium Mosaic Tiling installed in Melbourne

Whether it’s your home or office, mosaic tiling is an amazing technique that adds texture and a vibrant touch to it.

What are mosaic tiles?

These small tiles mostly constitute of several materials including natural stone, glass, and porcelain. This combination of materials results in numerous patterns. Imagination is the only limit when it comes to mosaic designs. The variety of shapes and sizes add a unique touch to each mosaic design breaking the monotony of solid color surfaces.

If you want to decorate your space with premium quality mosaic tiles contact us and we will provide you a free quote. Before finalizing which tiles you want, it is essential to understand the various types available.

As experts, we deal with all types of mosaic tiles and can help you get flawless results.

Types of Mosaic Tiles

Be creative when working with mosaic tiles. You can select from existing patterns or come up with your unique designs by arranging different types of tiles. Here are a few types of mosaic tiles:

  1. Stone mosaic tiles
  2. Glass mosaic tiles
  3. Murals and medallions
  4. Etched stone tiles
  5. Waterjet mosaic tiles
  6. Limestone and granite mosaic tiles
  7. Metal mosaic tiles
  8. Resin mosaic tiles
  9. Cement mosaic tiles
  10. Porcelain mosaic tiles
  11. Hand-painted stone mosaics


Working with Mosaic Tile

Mosaic tile is convenient to install since the majority of manufacturers produce it in sheets, which means that your contractor doesn’t have to mount each tiny tile individually. Instead they can just install the sheets beside one another to cover your wall, floor, countertop, pool ledge, etc.

Mosaic Tile Techniques

There are two techniques for creating mosaics on any surface or for making mosaic tiles. These are direct and indirect methods.

Mosaic Tiling - the Direct Method

In the direct method, the surface is covered with cement and then small pieces of various materials are carefully attached to form amazing patterns. There is no room for error when working directly on the surface.

Mosaic Tiling - the Indirect Method

In the indirect method, the patterns are first arranged on a temporary sheet. The design is inverted before sticking the small pieces on the sheet. This temporary sheet is then used for transferring the pattern on the final surface. Working with mosaic tiles is the third option. In this case, there is little margin of error as the patterns are already created on the tiles and simply have to be arranged.

Designing with Mosaic Tile

Some of the most common locations that mosaic tile Artisan Landscaping and Excavations gets used include pool surrounds, hot tubs, bathrooms, and kitchens. Many varieties of mosaic tile feature textured or non-slip surfaces, making them perfect for wet areas like pools or bathrooms.

You can make mosaic tile elegant or casual by using different tile bodies and finishes. For example, pool surrounds often include bright, iridescent mosaic tiles in a bold variety of hues, while interior uses are frequently more understated and use monochromatic palettes and matte finishes.

Decoration Options for You

Mosaic tiles can be used to decorate several places in your home. From stairs to kitchen walls every surface can be used for mosaic application. They make spaces lively and vibrant. On the other hand, adding mosaic tiles to washroom floors break the monotony of dull floors.

Mosaic tiled floors are optimal for areas with heavy footfall. They are tough and do not wear out easily. Due to their sturdy nature, you can redecorate your porch or veranda with mosaic tiles. Unlike regular tiles, mosaic tiles can be used on curved surfaces as well - giving you limitless flexibility!


Imagination is the only limit when dealing with mosaic tiles. No other decoration technique provides you the flexibility and options as provided by these tiles. They can be used to add texture and color to any space. If you want such a lively look for your space then contact us and we will give you a free quote.

We provide a premium quality mosaic tiling service. Our experienced team can help you to select the optimal tiles according to your space. Meetings will be set according to your convenience to discuss the options.

Choose Landscaping Melbourne for your mosaic tiling need, and leave the rest to us.

Happy decorating!

If you’re hunting for a way to use mosaic tile in your next project, call us today and we can help with a quote, advice or with inspiration.

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