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January 29, 2013

Mixed-Up Mosaics = Custom Stained Glass Tile

In addition to our extraordinary selection in Natural Stone and Quartz products, we have an extensive showroom full of tile samples from premiere local suppliers such as Conestoga Tile, Daltile, Garden State Tile, Porcelanosa, and Ran Flooring. In addition, we love to discover the exclusive custom tile makers that you won’t find at our local suppliers.

Today’s post is to introduce you to Mixed-Up Mosaics. Mixed-Up Mosaics, run by Gary and his wife Allison, is a design company specializing in stained glass mosaic tiles that are totally custom designed. Their creations are all handmade and can be used in many applications such as backsplash, bartops, walls, floors, ceilings, furniture, tabletops, medallions, logos, swimming pools, and just about any setting that is designed with glass as a focal point. Imagine incorporating some in a back splash or a whole wall in the bathroom. Let your imagination run wild with the possibilities.

Where do you start? First you may want to start with color. We have a box of 100′s of samples of glass colors. Don’t see the exact color that you need? They can color match just like the paint stores. Next, you may want to consider shape or design. We have many samples interspersed throughout our showroom. And there is a catalog of choices. Have your own pattern or picture? They can recreate it as a tile mosaic. Totally custom made stained glass tiles, alas the name Mixed-Up Mosaics. Let’s say you decide on 3 colors and a pattern. They will create it, send us a sample, and you will see what it will look like before you buy it.

Now let’s look at just some of their sample boards:

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Soon I will be sharing a Newsletter featuring a Tall Tale Mosaic Adventure from our friends at Mixed-Up Mosaics. You’ll laugh, to say the least, and see some great art work at the same time!

Posted by Lesher
at 12:21 pm
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