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Glass Mosaic Tiles: An Exotic Innovation

Italian glass mosaic in crocodile pattern

I recall first getting turned on to mosaic tile when I traveled to Europe.
Glass mosaic can transform any wall or floor by infusing an almost infinite variety of color
and texture. Glass mosaic tiles can create patterns with tones in a palette of plain colors
as well as shading blends, giving the designer a myriad of ways to personalize any interior
and exterior project.

Bisazza, an italian mosaic company, exhibits exquisite tile designs ranging from new
and exotic to classic and timeless. And as Animal print has been a force in interior design
lately,  Bisazza mosaics offer animal print tile patterns, for a fashionable, modern touch to
interior and exterior design.
Mosaic tile featured in their Collection can be used in the bathroom, kitchen, swimming
pool, flooring, commercial design and much more.

Italian mosaic tiles in animal print patterns

Elegant and vibrant Giraffa, Zebra and Leopard Mosaics designed by Carlo Dal Bianco, are
classic decorative pieces and can make a wall seem like a natural hide.


  1. Comment by andy — August 29, 2010 @ 1:12 pm

    Bisazza is so far out in front of the rest of the industry in this and other areas. I discovered them a few years ago and have been awed at their ideas and solutions. I did my own giraffe and zebra/tiger designs well before seeing theirs and was amazed/startled to see we had essentially arrived at the same formulas. I am just starting a leopard design commission and I freely admit that I will be using Bisazza’s pattern because I know I cannot improve on it. I would be happy to share photos of some of my other mosaics. They are all “one of a kind/one at a time” pieces.

  2. Pingback by Glass Mosaic Art — January 21, 2013 @ 10:03 pm

    Get started with mosaics today and open yourself up to a whole new way to look at the world.

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