Glass mosaics, with their traditional charm and flavour, give an environment elegance, refinement, and a touch of luxury.
Thanks to the most modern technology, Florim glass tiles are able to reinterpret the chromatic effects, the play of light, and the antique charm of classic glass mosaics.
The Florim collections of glass mosaics
For those who are thinking of enhancing their home environment with a mosaic floor or wall tile, Florim has designed glass mosaic tiles in warm or metallic colours suitable for any surface and available in a wide range of sizes and finishes.
What are glass mosaic tiles and how are they made?
Among Florim products, glass mosaic tiles evoke the luxury of the most classic wall tiles and give environments a touch of light and brilliance. Glass mosaics are made up of small tiles that can vary in shape and size, arranged on a grid (in 30×30 cm sheets) that makes them extremely easy to cut and apply, allowing even curved surfaces to be tiled.
Widely used in various domestic environments (e.g. bathrooms and kitchens), they lend themselves to highlighting specific areas depending on the type of use and stylistic preferences.
Characteristics and benefits of glass mosaics
The infinite number of possible combinations of colours and patterns makes it possible both to recreate the most classic and refined decorations and to obtain unusual colour tones or designs with a contemporary taste.
Types, styles, and uses
Glass mosaics lend themselves to both floor and wall use, particularly in environments such as the bathroom. This material, when placed on rigid supports that facilitate installation, is also perfect for more delicate areas, such as the shower tray.
Although the material can also be used for swimming pools and wellness environments, it is always advisable to rely on the opinion of an expert to make the most suitable choice in line with your needs: in this, the Florim Solutions technical office can help you.
The possibility of choosing a glass or porcelain stoneware mosaic allows you to create a variety of styles: from modern ones with neutral or more colourful tones, to more traditional and refined ones.