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Designer Marble | Carrara Prism Mosaic

Carrara Prism Mosaic | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

The prism is the epitome of geometric tile design, combining diamonds in a multi-faceted cube to bring dimension and contrast to a floor or wall covering.

Designer Marble | Carrara Herringbone Mosaic Medium

Carrara Herringbone Mosaic Medium | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

Herringbone is the first known parquet pattern and originated from a broken zigzag used to build Viae Publicae (roadways) in the Roman Empire in 500 BC. The design principle of the herringbone was inspired by the skeleton of a herring fish.

Designer Marble | Carrara Fan Mosaic

Carrara Fan Mosaic | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

Fan mosaic was coined from the shape of both a traditional paper fan and a fish scale and can be applied with the semi circle at the top or base to create two unique designs.

Designer Marble | Carrara Subway

Carrara Subway | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

The subway tile was originally unveiled in the New York City underground subway system in the early 1900’s. The subway is known for its simplistic and uniform style and its popularity has remained prevalent in American style interiors.

Designer Marble | Carrara Square Mosaic 30mm

Carrara Square Mosaic 30mm | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

The classic square can be paired as a border with an additional mosaic pattern or applied as a feature design to create a simple and elegant design.

Designer Marble | Carrara Square Mosaic 30mm

Carrara Square Mosaic 30mm | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

The classic square can be paired as a border with an additional mosaic pattern or applied as a feature design to create a simple and elegant design.

Designer Marble | Carrara Lantern Mosaic

Carrara Lantern Mosaic | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

The Morrocan inspired lantern mosaic is balanced and strikingly beautiful, bringing Spanish and French influences to a tiling design.

Designer Marble | Carrara Subway Bevelled

Carrara Subway Bevelled | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

The subway tile was originally unveiled in the New York City underground subway system in the early 1900’s. The subway is known for its simplistic and uniform style and its popularity has remained prevalent in American style interiors.

Designer Marble | Carrara Penny Round Mosaic

Carrara Penny Round Mosaic | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

Timeless and sophisticated, Carrara penny round was featured exclusively on Network Nine’s The Block 2014 in the bathroom designed by series winners Shannon and Simon.

Designer Marble | Carrara Hexagon Mosaic 110mm

Carrara Hexagon Mosaic 110mm | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

The popularity of hexagonal mosaics emerged from the 1920′s bungalow style homes and today are quintessential to a Hamptons style interior. The hexagon design can be used to create a myriad of patterns and borders by combining marble materials.

Designer Marble | Carrara Diamond Mosaic

Carrara Diamond Mosaic | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

Diamond mosaic emulates the brilliance and natural beauty of a traditional diamond and provides a luxe finish for both commercial and residential spaces.

Designer Marble | Carrara Hexagon Mosaic 144mm

Carrara Hexagon Mosaic 144mm | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

The popularity of hexagonal mosaics emerged from the 1920′s bungalow style homes and today are quintessential to a Hamptons style interior. The hexagon design can be used to create a myriad of patterns and borders by combining marble materials.

Designer Marble | Carrara Herringbone Mosaic Large

Carrara Herringbone Mosaic Large | Designer Marble | Mosaic Tiles Melbourne & Sydney

Herringbone is the first known parquet pattern and originated from a broken zigzag used to build Viae Publicae (roadways) in the Roman Empire in 500 BC. The design principle of the herringbone was inspired by the skeleton of a herring fish.