What is Mosaic Pattern Flooring?
Mosaic flooring is a pattern that’s created by small regular or irregular pieces of wood that are held in tact by an adhesive. The pattern can form an image or can be totally abstract. Most mosaic wood flooring patterns are designs rather than images.
Mosaic flooring innovatively blends the benefits of engineered and solid flooring. Each of the modules typically have the dimensions of 635 mm x 635 mm x 19.05 with two layers. The top layer is composed of solid wood lamella while the base consists of a birch plywood that is moisture resistant. The most common sizes of mosaic hardwood flooring is 3/8” and ¾”.
Ash, cherry, hard maple, mahogany, pine, teak, walnut, red and white oak, and butternut are among the best woods to work with when installing mosaic wood flooring.