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Mosaic tiling, or Tesserae, was used to adorn many villas and palaces in ancient Greece as early as 340BC and in ancient Rome over a Millennia ago. Over recent years mosaic tiles have become a fashionable and preferred method of tiling application. Thanks to the colour ranges, finishes and various shape and size options available, mosaic tiling can be used to adorn walls, work surfaces and flooring around many a room including the kitchen, bathroom or conservatory, or anywhere else you can think of. Mosaic tiles are also useful for fitting to un-conforming shapes such as a wet room floor, curved wall - even to an uneven surface. With metallic and precious metal, iridescent, pearlized, tumbled, marble, granite or plain ceramic finishes to choose from, the use of mosaic tiling in any room never fails to make an impact. Glass mosaic tiles provide the perfect reflection of light around the room to create the illusion of space. Mosaic tiles are scratch resistant, durable and low maintenance. Stylish, unique and versatile, you can achieve a simple design or opt for a more intricate pattern to ensure yours is a one of a kind, statement making design.