Who said tiles were just for walls and floors? Using tile in unexpected places is becoming a hot trend in interior design. Manufacturers are creating everything from living room furniture embossed with glass mosaic tiles to tiled light fixtures.
But don’t forget the bathroom just yet. Tubs covered in tiny mosaic tiles are making a big splash. But we’re not talking about that plain ol’ wall-matching mosaic tile skirt on a drop-in tub. No, sir: these are glamorous and luxurious mosaic bathtubs with distinctive shapes, patterns and attention-grabbing features. Tiles can easily turn an ordinary bathtub into a work of art.
Bisazza is well known for their creative use of glass mosaics, and each of their pieces are nothing short of glamorous. Silver and white mosaic tile are used to spice up this ordinary clawfoot tub and cover the fun polka-dot patterned wall.
Stop and Smell the Roses
This extravagant tub design by Swedish designers Solklippa & Skogh is covered in a summer flowers mosaic pattern inspired by their home country.
Aquamass designed a tub made of Compolight and water mosaic glass to give it a texture and depth absent in traditional bath tubs. Its a fabulous tub for a fabulous bathroom.
Go for the Gold
These beautiful ceramic mosaic tiles from DesignTaleStudio are used to make this tub resemble precious metal. Who wouldn’t want to bathe in gold?
Light Up The Night
Gold isn’t enough glimmer for you? This tub by Lucedentro is covered with photoluminescent ceramic tiles that glow in the dark. Light covers the surface and the interior, creating an incredible effect when filled with water.
If The Shoe Fits
And for those who want to make the ultimate statement: this ultra-luxurious shoe-shaped tub from Sicis is created with art glass mosaic tiles and can cost upwards of $30,000. A girl would pay anything for the perfect shoe!