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   Glass Mosaic

Metal Texture High-definition Inkjets Glass Mosaic

A mosaic backsplash is a type of backsplash made from small, decorative tiles that are arranged in a pattern to create a visually appealing design. Mosaic backsplashes are often used in kitchens and bathrooms to add a decorative touch and protect the walls from splashes and spills. They can be made from a variety of materials, including ceramic, glass, stone, and metal, and can be customized to fit the style and design of any space. To create a custom mosaic backsplash, you will need to choose the materials, design, and layout of the tiles, as well as any additional details such as grout color and finish. 

Longart provides “Custom Design” solutions that allow you to take those ideas or designs you have always dreamed of and bring them to life in a glass mosaic.

The process is very simple:

      ● Send us your ideal design, indicating the dimensions of the decoration, and we will get started immediately on the entire planning and design process, allowing us to turn your vision into reality.

     ● Depending on the custom design technique you desire and on the exact specifications of the project, we will prepare a quote and completion schedule and begin bringing it to life in mosaic.

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Specific Application Scenery of Custom Mosaic Backsplash

Kitchen Mosaic Designs

Tile has long been the premier surface finish for kitchens due to its durability, versatility, and ability to hold up well in wet environments. Stain resistant and easy to clean, custom mosaic tile is the perfect way to inject style into your kitchen design without losing functionality.

Bathroom Mosaic Designs

From classic tile flooring to shower and sink backsplashes, mosaic tile has long been the premier surface finish for bathrooms. Visit any traditional European bathhouse to see intricate traditional mosaics covering every surface – floors, walls, and even ceilings, a true testament to the durability and versatility of tile. Artaic transforms the ancient art form into a completely customizable, accessible modern tile product.

Want to get more details about custom glass mosaic? Contact us as soon as possible!


Product thickness 6mm
Product material Crystal glass
Chip size 48*148 mm
Side to side measurement / Coverage measurement 300*300 mm
Description The series features a subway tile pattern with high-definition inkjet metallic looks. It is ideal for kitchen and bath surfaces and backsplashes.
Usage types Residential and Commercial wall; Shower Wall ; Steam Shower ; Stove Area ; Fireplace Facade ; Inside Pool ; Pool Waterline ; SPA / Hot tob


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Custom mosaic backsplash steps:

1. Prep the area: Begin by removing any existing backsplash, if applicable. Clean the walls thoroughly to ensure that they are free of dirt, grease, and other debris.

2. Measure and mark: Measure the area where the backsplash will be installed and mark the boundaries with a pencil. This will help you ensure that the mosaic tiles are evenly spaced and aligned.

3. Lay out the tiles: Begin laying out the mosaic tiles according to your design, starting at the bottom and working your way up. Use a level to ensure that the tiles are straight.

4. Apply the adhesive: Use a trowel to apply a thin layer of adhesive to the back of each tile, following the manufacturer's instructions.

5. Install the tiles: Press the tiles firmly into place on the wall, using a rubber mallet or similar tool to help set them in place. Use spacers between the tiles to ensure that they are evenly spaced.

6. Grout the tiles: Once all of the tiles are in place, mix the grout according to the manufacturer's instructions and use a grout float to press it into the joints between the tiles. Wipe away excess grout with a damp sponge.

7. Apply the finish: Once the grout has dried completely, apply a sealant or finish to the tiles to protect them and give them a polished look.

Keep in mind that these are general steps and that the specific process may vary depending on the materials and design of your mosaic backsplash.

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Design your own mosaic tile! Longart  will provide the most professional service to you.

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