For both the commercial and domestic client, this should be a pertinent question. No doubt, mosaic tile baton rouge installations and its finishes are going to look quite decorative at a distance. It is going to look attractive up close and personal too, given that the intricate patterning of small, staccato-like tiles still need to be marvelled at. But once a person starts touching it, the deterioration starts setting in.
Too good to resist. There is beauty and art even when touched. There is a good reason why they have barriers placed up at art galleries which politely ask the patrons to ‘please do not touch’. But how can you be told not to touch your own property and its materials? They are there for you to be enjoyed. And yes, mosaic tiling is going to be a luxury. But will it have versatility and durability? Depending how far you are prepared to extend yourself with housekeeping and maintenance, there are possibilities in this area.
But still there will always be those limitations. To be realistic, not everyone has the luxury of time and money. So perhaps it would be a better idea to settle for something seemingly a bit more modest. Like vinyl. Or laminate. There are those who will frown or wince, wondering; where’s the glamor in that. But it’s no fun cleaning up after others, particularly when you’ve got small, growing kids in the house.
And there’s less chance of things being broken and folks being hurt. In more ways than one. But it’s fun living alone. Except when you’ve got that special guest over. Who should just as much appreciate the mosaic tiling you can afford to spread. Are the candles lighted, mind you?