Porcelain mosaic is a type of mosaic made from porcelain material, consisting of small pieces. Porcelain mosaics can be produced in different colors, patterns, and shapes. They are commonly used for decorative purposes in interior spaces and sometimes in outdoor areas as well.
Applications: Porcelain mosaics are frequently used in areas such as bathroom floors, walls, kitchen countertops, and backsplashes. They can also be utilized in outdoor spaces like pool surrounds, terraces, and exterior wall cladding.
Advantages: Porcelain mosaics inherit the natural durability of porcelain and are long-lasting. They are resistant to water, making them suitable for moist areas such as bathrooms and pools. Porcelain mosaics are easy to clean and are stain-resistant.
The difference between porcelain mosaics, ceramic mosaics, natural stone mosaics, and glass mosaics arises from the properties of the materials used. Porcelain mosaics are made from porcelain, making them more durable and water-resistant. Ceramic mosaics are generally made from earthenware and may be less durable. Natural stone mosaics are created by cutting natural stones into pieces, and they are more delicate and fragile compared to porcelain mosaics.