When you choose a porcelain tile mosaic to increase the beauty in your bathroom or marble tile to transform your kitchen backsplash, you join a millennia-old tradition dating all the way back to ancient Mesopotamia!
Tiny stone and glass tiles, or tesserae, were used by the Greeks, Romans, and people of many other cultures to create mosaics for religious and artistic purposes. This traditional art form has continued for centuries and inspired famous artists like M.C. Escher and Invader—a French street artist who places his small tile mosaics in prominent places across the globe, even on the Hollywood Sign.
Tile mosaics remain popular today and are as beautiful as they are functional for residential applications. You can make your Los Angeles home a work of art all its own when you choose custom marble and glass tile mosaics. You’re limited only by your imagination, so check out this artful infographic for some design history and inspiration.