If there’s any home decor accent that can be truly called stunning that’s mosaic crafts. No matter how simple a mosaic is, it always looks intricate and exquisite. It doesn’t matter if it’s a table top, floor tiling, wall art, if it’s made of broken ceramics, stained glass or pebbles, it will always have that luxe appeal.
Making mosaic craft projects does’t have to be complicated either. Sure, a colorful tabletop pattern looks like it takes ages to make, but it’s not that difficult if you have a plan to follow. And the best thing about it is that someone has done it before, and they can tell you how. On that note, here are 18 really impressive mosaic tutorials that you can use to create stunning decor at your own home.
Use colored glass tiles to create this beautiful tabletop mosaic by following a pattern. Such an accent piece of furniture is perfect as a side or end table in the living room.
Mosaic Tile Table
If you’re not up to spending some time arranging small bits of mosaic, simply use decorative tiles. This is a great Ikea hack to transform a simple table.
Mosaic Mirror Frame
You can also use CD shards to create a beautiful mosaic mirror frame. It’s simple but definitely adds a lot of decor interest.
Decorative Mosaic Tray
A decorative tray is a sure way to create a gorgeous vignette especially if it has mosaic detail. You can easily make such a tray if you have some leftover kitchen backsplash (or other) tile.
Mason Jar Luminaries
These luminaries create awesome ambient lighting and just a little bit glamour in your decor. Create these jars with glass gems in any color combination and mosaic you like.
Mosaic Light Switch Plate
Decorating light switch plates is often overlooked but it can add high impact accents around your home. How about this idea to create a mosaic of a light switch? (Read about more light switch plate decor ideas.)
These cocktail coasters are brilliant not only because they make nice mosaics, they work great in catching those spills. So make a few for your home as well.
Mosaic Tile Outdoor Table
Tile a table in mosaic tile to get a great outdoor table. And while this plan is for your porch or backyard, you might as well use the same idea for an indoor table too.
This has to be one of the most astonishing handcrafts using waste materials ever. Use a Pringles tube, pebbles and adhesive to create this whimsical rock vase.
Sea Glass Mosaic Tray
For some beach inspired decor style use sea glass to decorate a tray. You can find sea glass in different color in craft supply shops and online.
Mason Jar Glass Kitchen Backsplash
You can use mason jars or just plain old jars (preferably stained glass) to make a gorgeous kitchen backsplash. Just brake them and use the shards to create a beautiful mosaic.
Mosaic Key Storage
Another idea for a small yet high impact decor accent – a mosaic key storage rack. Basically it’s a small piece of wall art with an added storage function. Great for entryways.
Mason Jar Mosaic
Here’s just another mason jar craft project but really beautiful one at that. Create this simple sea glass mosaic jar and you can use it as a candle holder for great ambient lighting.
Mosaic Address Marker
If you want your home decor to be impressive from the first look, your front door is where you have to start decorating. A mosaic address marker is an interesting if a bit whimsical decor accent that you can easily make yourself.
What you need for this craft project are some stained glass tiles and a vase to stick them to with adhesive. It’s a really attractive decor accessory to make for your home.
Mosaic Wall Art
If you want more whimsical or even quirky wall art and decor accents at home, try making these beautiful mosaic panels. Use tiles, glass or ceramic for the material – it’s totally up to you.
Mosaic Tile Mirror Frame
And here’s another clever use for mosaic tiles – a bathroom mirror frame. It’s definitely a decor accent with a lot of interest and visual appeal.
Mosaic Flower Mirror Frame
This is a really attractive mirror frame that can easily become the focal point of the entire room decor. Use any kind of ceramic or glass pieces to glue the mosaic pattern together.
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