Originally sold in face-mounted paper sheets and set into a sand-and-cement mortar that also served as the grout, easy-to-clean unglazed porcelain circles debuted in bathrooms and kitchens in the early 1900s. Simple black-and-white patterns quickly led to more colorful dot and flower designs that enhanced foyer floors.
Still prized as a no-slip surface underfoot, penny tile now has more range than ever. While extra rounds of firing lend porcelain versions a hardness with superior durability for high-traffic areas, ceramic styles now mesh-mounted or joined with glue dots for easy installation are making a splash as backsplashes, shower walls, and fireplace surrounds.
With a good interior design, you will not lose anything. So why don't you have a good one? These penny rounds will be an irreplaceable item of your house. They surely represent the simplicity, elegance and modernity. Penny round will look good in any part of the house.