To fill gaps in the mosaic market and to fill homes with beauty and art. The marble mosaic tradition is a form of art decoration that has existed for nearly four thousand years, with origins in the Greek architecture.
Marble mosaics can create an extra dimension to particular spaces such as tables, pillars, hallways, pools, archways, kitchens, dining/living areas, fireplaces, receiving areas and room centers.
Other possibilities are uses as a stone carpet or wall decorations, going from ancient Roman mosaic to company logos.
Rather than machine cut, mass-produced marble tiles, our products are one of a kind, fully hand-made masterpieces, each a finely crafted statement that speaks eloquently of elegance and originality.
Since all the marble is hand cut, the flexibility to create any shape or pattern is infinite.
Mosaic marble creates contemporary mosaics for gallery, architectural, community and home settings. Our mosaics are produced using the finest materials gathered from sources around the world.
Whether interpreting a clients vision or creating a unique artwork, mosaic marbles enthusiasm for the art of mosaic and pride in workmanship are evident in every finished piece.
The amount of time and labor expended to create these works of art are phenomenal yet the outcome presents an appealing marriage of intricate colorful patterns and images reflected in the austerity and solidity of stone.
HOW TO INSTALL MOSAICS
Step 1-With the trowel, apply the thinset evenly on the desired area
Step 2- Lay the Mosaic tiles down, interlocking each tile on all sides.
Step 3- To fit a tile in a space too small for a whole tile, cut the mesh which hold the Mosaic together. You can also remove individual Mosaics to fill empty spaces.
Step 4-Once complete, allow at least 24 hours for the thinset to dry before grouting.
Step 5- Apply the grout with the grout float so that the grout is packed in all the space between the Mosaics.
Step 6- Allow the grout to set for up to 20 minutes. Then, with a wet sponge, clean the excess grout off the surface of the Mosaics.
Step 7- Continue to clean the grout residue with a clean sponge until desired Mosaic exposure is reached.
Step 8-Allow 24 hours for the grout to dry completely then apply a coat of sealer over the grout and Mosaics.