What is the culture of mosaic tiles?

- Jan 31, 2019 -

Bianco Carrara White Marble Layout Pattern Mosaic Tile For Floor Tiles Backsplash In Kitchen.jpgMosaic tiles are materials for laying bathroom walls and floors. It was used as early as the early 1980s. Today, mosaic tiles are coming back, and they have become the darling of decorative materials in a colorful form, which is favored by avant-garde and fashionable families.


Mosaic is one of the oldest known decorative arts, it is a pattern created with small tiles or small pottery. In modern times, mosaics are more of a kind of ceramic tiles. They are a kind of bricks with special existence. Generally, dozens of small bricks form a relatively large brick. It is widely used in indoor small-area floors, walls and outdoor large-sized walls and floors with its small size and colorful features. Due to its small size, the mosaic can make some puzzles and produce a gradient effect.


Mosaic became a decorative material. The mosaic that was first discovered to be used in architectural decoration is the wall of the Sumei people. It is decorated with mosaic inlaid on the wall of the Mesopotamian plain in the two rivers across Europe. It is said that Su The mosaic of the beautiful sun dog is the discovery of many of the earliest mosaics. The most ancient archaeological finds were in the ancient Greek era. The ancient Greek marble mosaic paving was very common. The most common form used at that time was a mosaic of black and white, which was only the authoritative ruler and rich. Rich talents can afford craftsmen and affordable materials, and mosaics in various patterns to decorate their place. The use of mosaics to decorate the art of luxury at the time, developed into the late Grecian period, some skilled craftsmen and artists in order to more diversified the architectural decoration works, began to use smaller pieces of stone, and hand-cut small stone pieces Through the combination of various colors, a mosaic mosaic work is completed, which is laid on the walls, floors and columns of the building. Its original and rough artistic expression is a precious wealth of mosaic history and culture.