Kitchen wall cladding and mosaic kitchen design – why is it important?

Kitchen wall cladding and mosaic kitchen design – why is it important?

The kitchen serves as a meeting place for family members, the kitchen is the central area in every house or apartment where we live, a place to stay, and many more resources are invested in the kitchen. Guests always see it, so it is important that it be properly designed and therefore also properly covered. The cladding area on the kitchen wall is the most visible area and therefore attention should be paid to it.

A variety of tiles can be offered in different styles: rustic, modern, very colorful or quiet, “English”, classic or bold.

The variety of dimensions in which the tiles appear is enormous: small, or large, rectangular or square tiles, hexagonal or octagonal, in any size and shape, in any shade and in any texture.

The treasures of the mosaic, an ancient art, which began about 3500 years ago. Based on assembling different and colorful pieces of stone to create a graphic pattern.
The mosaic culture began about 3,500 years ago. From archeological finds discovered over the years, events and moments throughout history have been commemorated, using mosaic stones even during the Renaissance.
Hundreds of mosaic floors from ancient times, baths, synagogues, etc. were found in Israel. The mosaic works were made in the past and today by artists, who connect piece by piece, according to a model of painting, decoration or smooth surfaces. The visual richness of the mosaic is determined by the size of the pieces. Millstone has developed the mosaic field in a number of main channels. Millstone factories produce hundreds of mosaics from different and varied materials.

The mix of materials in the field of mosaic creates a wide and varied range of materials which is designed, and produced by combining a wide variety of materials, including natural and unique materials such as coconut and pebbles. The highlight is reserved for a mosaic made of dr, mother of pearl. Materials such as natural stone, stainless steel, glass, enamel, and handmade ceramic designs are also used. The mosaic surfaces come when glued to grids, the filling between the pieces of mosaic is done using a rifle, similar to the application in regular ceramic tiles.

Home design is a process that is accompanied by great excitement. Especially and this is a house where you intend to live. Today, almost every family is equipped with an architect or interior designer to give an updated and professional touch to the hall where you are going to live.

Once you have determined the structure of the house, the location of the kitchen, the living room, the bedrooms and the toilets and the bathroom, it is time to choose the tiles and wall coverings. Many designers and architects lead their clients to the mainstream, to the more well-known places for choosing flooring and wall cladding. Knowledgeable architects and designers are taking their clients to special and unique internationally renowned flooring and wall cladding centers. Such special tiles are what make the house or apartment special and unique and as a side effect such a center can bounce the price of the house upwards also relative to other houses in the area.

Each flooring or wall cladding is different and simulates the quality of the material so you can find stones or tiles that look similar only the cheaper one wears out over time and the more expensive one gets better with it.
One of the elements that pops up the flooring or wall cladding on the visual level are decorative stripes or mosaics that highlight the floor or wall. The small addition to the mirror made of small specifications turns the wall from one-tone and flat to a kind of image to which the landlord and especially every guest lingers in amazement.

A good ornamental stripe or mosaic is measured first in its making. A good mosaic is made by hand and each tile is given the attention and respect it deserves and the difference is obvious.

The decorative stripes and mosaic stones are elements that began in the kitchens, bathrooms and toilets, but recently we have also witnessed the mosaics coming out of the wall coverings in the guest rooms. What was once wallpaper and paint today has become a wall covered.