The size of the room, as well as the natural light in it, will definitely be a deciding factor when choosing the colour of the tiles.
Borders will decide whether the room is to appear classic, modern or rustic. In shower/bathrooms, borders can be laid vertical, horizontal or a combination of both.
You can also find whole decorated tiles that are used to create either complete feature walls or to enhance sections of a particular wall.
With mosaics you can let your imagination run. We offer you a product with a wide spectrum of design and application options ideally suited to the most demanding and creative projects.
Smaller rooms will benefit if the tile chosen is rectangular and is laid horizontally. It will make the room look larger. But then – each room is unique and should be treated as such.
Floor tiles are available in a variety of sizes, textures and designs. Again here, natural light in your homes must be given a very important priority when choosing your floor tiles.
If you live in the first floor apartment of a block of flats, where natural light is not so easily available, then you would be better advised to choose a light coloured tile. But if you are living in the top floor, then your choice is endless.
But always remember: a floor must be hardwearing and easy to keep clean. Should you decide on a floor border, always think of spaces that won’t need carpeting in winter – as it would be a shame to cover them up.
Feature walls have become extremely popular and can be laid on exterior as well as interior walls. And here in Malta, where we have an abundance of humidity – it is the ideal solution to many of our problems.
Feature walls can be designed in any room in your home; from the living room to the bedroom; corridors to apartment block entrances.
Take a look at some of these examples and see how a feature wall can finish off a room perfectly.