A garden mosaic is a delicate project for those with a little spare time and lots of patience. There is something deeply satisfying when a completed mosaic design draws compliments from family and friends. For ideas on how to best create your mosaic, take a peek at our gallery:
Used as part of a surface, these colorful stones and mosaic chips will brighten up any garden area. An artistic eye may spot a fish’s fins in this particular design.
Perhaps to ward off evil as some traditions and fengshui practitioners believe, this ferocious marble gecko is also a marvelous centerpiece.
On a smaller scale, characterize your garden tabletops with spare mosaics. Monochromatic colors are weatherproof and require less care compared to those encrusted with colorful stones.
A design reminiscent of sacred places, gentle waves are formed through these mosaic patterns – much like an invitation to seek solitude.
Paying homage to Mother Nature’s worker bees in this beautiful design.
With such vast space, there’s room for more fish in this ‘sea’.
No doubt this would have taken up months to complete, but what a sight for sore eyes.
Tap your way along this colorful pathway of blocks.
A simple wheel makes all the decorative difference in this seat.
Even the plainest rocks or concrete slabs can form a simple pattern to add a different dimension in your garden.
Certainly a mixture of items contribute to the creativity of this piece. Upcycling the color glass bottles are a throwback to the nostalgic memories of childhood.
Practice makes perfect indeed, especially for this Tetris inspired mosaic tabletop.