Mosaic tiles can be used to create texture and different patterns. You could tile your floor and then carry the mosaic tile pattern up onto the wall, this will automatically give the illusion of more space in the room. Using multiple colours and laying the tiles out to avoid a traditional grid pattern can create a look that is different and fun. This would be perfect for those daring designers.
In contrast, you could go down a more subtle route with mosaic tiles, you can add patterns and texture without being too overwhelming by sticking to neutral colours. Some homes won’t be suited to bright colours or bold patterns but this doesn’t mean that you can’t be creative. If you want a more subtle theme then have a play around with straight line patterns, you’d be surprised how big your room may feel.
Most of the tiles that you can choose from are square or rectangle but these aren’t the only choices that you have. Try tiles with a different shape and create different patterns with them, if you’re planning on experimenting with different shapes then it might be an idea to stick with small tiles that blend together without being too overwhelming on the senses.
This is an example of how different coloured tiles can really change the feel of space.