Stone Pebble Mosaic Tile- Fast & Easy Redecoration

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Stone Pebble mosaic Tiles are decorative natural tiles made of hand picked and hand sorted pebbles from the Indonesian island of Bali. This material adorns beauty to floors and walls alike with its rich decorative texture and appearance. These elegant looking mosaic tile stones are made of polished pebble stones which are suitable for use in any room.

This is exceptionally good for bathrooms, indoor, outdoor and kitchen to be used as flooring, floor, wall, backsplashes, and sink base and in commercial areas like swimming pools and around fountains to give a natural decorative appearance. Standing pebble tiles are made by cutting pebbles into halves fixing them to tiles to give a vertical looking tile. This reflects the colors of the pebbles in a unique way adding beauty to its appearance.

After being carefully picked by hand, nearly sixty stones are being fixed together into a mesh background. Though single tiles have uneven edges, tiles fit together seamlessly on all four sides when laid on a floor. Stone Pebble Tiles are cheap and can easily be used internally and externally. Installation of flooring is made easy by do it yourself method of simply laying each tile next to each other, creating an interlocking with seamless borders and mosaic finish.

Larger and round pebble stones can be used in a patio flooring for example while small pebbles with a flat surface are usually used as backsplashes, wall, floor, outdoor, indoor and as borders in bathroom flooring, walls and in the kitchen area. The utility of pebble stone tiles are infinite.

They are used around shower pan, floor and wall, bar kickers, kitchen backsplash, near the fireplace, swimming pool, and for counter tops.

Pebble tiles are defiantly becoming more and more popular these days as a solution for decorating any internal I external surface -- they provide endless and creative design ideas, they require no special or professional technical skills for installation and all of that at low cost

What are the main benefits?

By using this quick solution we gain the following:

  • Provides natural and luxurious look and feel to any coated surface.

•Available in various colors and shapes that can easily fit almost any surface and room setting.

•Itcan easily be adjusted to very small I narrow surfaces where other fixed size tiles such as conventional ceramic tiles can't.

Helpful tips!

•In order to ensure an even color layout of the tiles, sort them before installation.

•If This is the first time you install these tiles, it is recommended to learn from other's experience - there are plenty of forums and demonstrational videos on the internet where you can find usefu l information about first time installation.

  • Avoid using any ready-made grout on wet areas like shower floor/backsplashes - use any other standard dry powder based cement.

•We could easily find many other great benefits provided by this popular and easy home improvement alternative simply because it offers countless opportunities for professional and unprofessional installers whether they decorate at home or in the office.


Installation of Stone Pebble mosaic Tiles technique had just got easier and much faster in recent years, so it requires minimum time and effort on your side. If you wish to succeed with your first installation it is recommended to keep the above advices as you are ready to begin with the installation process

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Andrea Robinson December 1, 2016 8:15 PM

Wow, these are utterly beautiful. I lean more towards the muted, sandy-colored version. It just has such a soothing feel to it. I imagine these would really be well placed in a bathroom, where you could set up an island motif for those long, refreshing soaks in the tub. With these tiles on the floor and some island decor, you could feel right at home in the "tropics." For most of us who've been lucky enough to experience island life, this would really bring the memories back. As usual, you've pointed out some great materials to work with, both from an aesthetic viewpoint and from a practical frame of mind. I'm so glad you did! Bali Ha'i and Fiji are calling again...

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emmad December 4, 2016 8:50 AM

Gretat tips! Thanks so much.

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