I’ve always been a huge fan of mosaic art, and I love to see it in gardens. I think it gives the space such character, style, and in some cases, even a little bit of texture. If you’re feeling inspired to recreate the style of Versailles, here are 10 mosaic projects that will have you saying, “c’est beau!”
We’ve all got a few sets of old dishes laying around. See if you can break them apart to create something similar to this in your yard! The more intricate and wild the patterns are, the better!
The DIY tutorial for these mosaic mushrooms were virtually impossible to find, but I couldn’t resist still sharing these with you! Bits and pieces of sea glass, and marbles are what make these cute porch decorations really pop.
Old dishes are the highlight of this vertical garden! Old tea cups make great mini planters for small succulents or herbs. I love how each much has a different pattern and style!
Broken pieces of porcelain make a great accent for the inside of your bird baths. What bird wouldn’t get lost in a bath that looks like this? Your garden birds will live lavishly!
Get off the ground and think about incorporating elements of mosaic decor on your walls instead of on the ground! The options are endless when it comes to designing your own wall art.
Recycle and repurpose your old wooden stumps while making them a beautiful piece of garden artwork. Attach tiles directly onto your tree stumps in a pattern of your choosing. Make sure the tile is sealed strongly enough!
This project is a little bit more intricate, and will require a hefty chunk of time, but the results look incredible! This mosaic garden pathway looks like it came straight from the pages of Alice In Wonderland. I would love to create something similar.
A pair of old rubber rain boots are the base of these statement-making mosaic boots. Use an adhesive to attach the pieces of tile!
A plain and outdated outdoor table gets a dramatic makeover with a tile design like this one. Put a glass table round over the tile so you can still set drinks on the table without issue!
Breaking the old plates and saucers is the best part of this DIY project!