A tile mosaic kitchen backsplash is an attractive addition to any kitchen. Use brightly colored tiles for a striking, cheerful look, or use of tiles in neutral colors, earth tones for a subtle look. You can buy an assortment of mosaic tiles, or make your own for larger tiles. Mosaic tiles arranged in a way that suits your style sense.
Mosaic kitchen backsplash wrap tiles in an old towel and beaten with a hammer, breaking into smaller pieces. Measure the board and mark the edges with a pencil on the wall. Cover a desk with waste paper and mark the paper to create an area the same size as the board.
Mosaic kitchen backsplash arrange on the work table until you’re happy with the design. To create images, drawing shapes in the waste paper and fill with a specific color tiles. Press transparent tape over mosaic tiles arranged. This may require several layers of tape mosaic depending on the size of your board. Spread putty on the wall with a notched trowel and putty slots scratches on the edge of the pallet. Collecting tape holding mosaic tiles in place. Gently move the tape and tiles on the board. Press the tiles on the putty in the right place on the wall. Repeat with the other sheets of tape mosaic.