Mosaic Artist in Mosaic Candy Shop Studio with Mosaic Kits

Mercury Mosaics launched a new sister brand: Mosaic Candy Shop

For decades we’ve been leading a handmade tile revival. It’s an art we’ve dedicated ourselves to, yet we still believe that artistry and craftsmanship should be accessible to all.

We all have the impulse to create: to get hands-on, a little messy, and have something to show for it. 

That’s what inspires our tile artisans who roll, cut, and paint each ceramic piece by hand. 

Now you can share in that joy too.

Mercedes Austin mosaic artist in her Mosaic Candy Shop studio

meet the artist: Mercedes Austin

Over the past 20+ years, Mercedes has dedicated herself to learning, making, designing, living and breathing all things tile. When she realized she needed to make her own superior tile while funding her art, she founded Mercury Mosaics, producing renowned hand-made tile. Mosaic Candy Shop is her latest endeavor, the culmination of a lifelong obsession.

Upcycled tiles for at home mosaic kits

We gotta keep it earth-friendly

Mosaic Candy Shop uses upcycled tiles from Mercury Mosaics production misfits. Our quality control produces perfectly imperfect tiles as orphans... until now! We use technology to reshape our misfits into curated mosaic kits you can assemble at home.

New Day mosaic kit in the Sahara color palette

hand-crafted, home-assembled mosaic kits

Make your own wall-worthy art.

The kits include everything you need to create your own mosaic art, down to the cutest little pot of good grout. And the best part, every tile is reclaimed and supports our commitment to sustainability.


 


Mosaic Candy Shop Remnant Tile bins in the studio

Misfits & scraps are celebrated!

We've created this sister brand as a way to be a responsible manufacturer. These kits let every scrap and misfit have its moment of beauty. ‚ÄúThere is nothing like making something with your own hands and proclaiming to the world, I made that! I want everyone to experience that,‚ÄĚ muses Mercedes Austin.
Studies show that creative self-care grounds us through the tactile sensation of making.