Slate is a very durable stone, and is a common choice in many aspects of architecture. The stone is frequently used as roofing, as flooring, and as wall coverings. Often times, large slabs of slate are placed together for these purposes. In a mosaic, the stone is first broken into individual tiles that must be intentionally set and arranged.
Type: Mosaic Place of Origin: China
Material: Slate Stone Surface Finishing: Polished, Honed etc
Size: Customized Slate Erosion Resistance: Non-Antacid
Shape: Herringbone, Stacked, Hexagon, Brick Pattern, Irregular
Usage: Interior Decoration
While all slate is gray in color, there are wide variations in the shading, even of individual slabs. Colors can range from gray so dark it is nearly black to light violet and aqua shades. A slate mosaic usually makes use of varying color gradations, both to add interest and to develop repeating patterns.
Most of the time, a slate mosaic uses exclusively slate pieces, though other stones can be woven in. In kitchens, for instance, it is not uncommon to have a slate mosaic backsplash on the walls that is accented by recurring tiles made from the same granite as the counter tops. Slate mosaic floors and shower walls in bathrooms often incorporate colored stones or shiny rocks to add reflective interest. Mosaic pieces of any kind can be used as accents or anchors.
Pop granite material:
1) X X 12" X 12")
2) X X X X
3) Other : According to customized demand for completion
Polished, Honed, Flamed, Mushroom, Bush-Hammered, Sandblasted, Nature Surface, Antique, Pineapple, Mushroom, etc
Herringbone, Stacked, Hexagon, Brick Pattern, Irregular
Living Room, Bathroom, Dining Room, Outside, Kitchen, Hotel, swimming pools, Wall decoration, Villa Decoration, TV Back Ground, Pattern for floor, Bar, Showroom,. etc.