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Charming Birds Mosaic Designs

(5 min read) Birds are intelligent and beautiful creatures. They communicate through chirps, songs, and dance. These avian creatures are mesmerizing to look at. In the world of art, birds are highly symbolic animals. They often represent freedom and the human spirit. Certain species, like the eagle, dove, or peacock, are laden with meaning.

Bird Mosaic Artwork and Designs
6th-century bird mosaic. Photo by Carole Raddato on Flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Have you ever thought of using birds as a design element? Through mosaic designs, our feathered friends can add charm and interest to a room. Birds can add a pleasant touch to any space, whether it’s inside or out. A bird’s natural beauty and grace can make a room appear more serene and calming.

We’ve gathered examples of bird mosaic designs to inspire you. Let’s take a closer look at the different types of birds in our selection of mosaic tiles.


Dove Mosaic Designs

Bird Mosaic Designs And Bird Artworks
Cute white mosaic doves.

The dove is recognized as a universal symbol of harmony, peace, and love. In Christianity, these snow-white birds represent hope, purity, and innocence. In the Old Testament, Noah released a dove to see if it could find dry land, and it returned with an olive leaf in its beak. The Never-Ending Source, featuring two doves seeking respite from a font of water, takes on a spiritual meaning.


Macaw Mosaic Artworks

Bird Mosaic Murals and Designs
Pair of Macaws, © Mosaics Lab.

The macaw is a large, long-tailed parrot with brightly colored feathers. The bird is native to Central and South America but is now considered an endangered species. As you can imagine, macaws are colorful, bold, and loud. But that’s what makes them the life of the party. This type of bird has a vibrant flair, and an energetic personality to match.


Yellow- Breasted Chat

Bird Mosaic Designs
Yellow-Breasted Bird, © Mosaics Lab.

The yellow-breasted chat is a songbird that is larger than a sparrow but smaller than a robin. This fascinating bird symbolizes joy and positivity. Contrary to what its name suggests, chats typically stay well hidden. They feed on insects and berries. The males sing a bizarre series of hoots, whistles, and clucks to court nearby females in the spring. 


Finches

Bird Mosaic Art and Bird Designs
Red Birds Mosaic Art, © Mosaics Lab.

The National Audubon Society describes the house finch as “adaptable, colorful, and cheery-voiced.” They are common from coast to coast, as well as familiar visitors to bird feeders. Far from being solitary birds, finches tend to forage for food as a flock. They fly to backyard bird feeders for seeds and even to hummingbird feeders for sugar water. Finches are full of zest. The brightness of their plumage is said to be determined by the quality of their diet. 


Crane Mosaic Artwork

Bird Mosaic Murals and Bird Mosaic Designs
Devoted Crane Marble Mosaic, © Mosaics Lab.

Cranes can be found across the globe, but their numbers have been dwindling due to hunting and habitat destruction. These stunning birds live in marshes and plains, eating small animals and grain. Cranes are among the world’s longest-living birds. It is no surprise that East Asian cultures associate these feathered creatures with peace, purity, good fortune, and longevity.


Kingfisher

Bird Mosaic Art and Bird Designs
Kingfisher Mosaic Art, © Mosaics Lab.

The kingfisher is a striking bright blue and orange bird known for its speed and agility. This fantastic creature flies high and glides gracefully through still waters. It has an unusually long beak to catch prey, and its feathers are designed to help it dive. The mosaic art above portrays a female kingfisher, identified by the red band across its chest, perched on a rock and searching for small fish.


Heron Mosaics

Bird Artwork and Bird Mosaic Designs
The Solitary Sentinel Marble Mosaic, © Mosaics Lab.

The heron is a long-legged bird that catches fish, frogs, and other aquatic animals as it wades in shallow waters. As depicted in the marble mosaic above, it often stands quietly by rivers and lakes, with its neck bent in an S shape. In ancient Egypt, the heron hieroglyph represented Ra, the Sun God. In ancient Greece, this type of bird was Athena’s messenger. 


Eagle Mosaic Art

Eagle Bird Mosaic Artwork
Bald Eagle Mosaic Masterpiece, © Mosaics Lab.


The bald eagle is a symbol of strength, courage, and freedom. It is a magnificent bird with a stately, impressive appearance: it has a white head, bright yellow eyes, bill, and legs, and a dark brown body. Although the bald eagle is often associated with the United States, it is also native to Canada and Mexico. 


Swan

Swan Mosaic Artwork and Mosaic Designs
Stunning Contemporary Swans. 

With their long and graceful necks, swans are renowned for their elegance. Swans are also a symbol of beauty and romance. For centuries, these birds have been used in art to depict purity, majesty, and nobility. It is also associated with the power of love and marriage because the swan’s mating dance is a form of courtship.


Peacock Mosaic Design

Peacock Mosaic Artwork and Mosaic Designs
Proud Peacock, Low-Laying Doves, © Mosaics Lab.

The blue peacock is the national bird of India. In ancient Indian civilization, having peacocks in the palace garden was a status symbol. These legendary birds proudly display their splendid fan of feathers to attract the less colorful female or peahen. Peacocks proudly strut and show their plumage in jewel tones of gold, bronze, lapis lazuli blue, and emerald green. 


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C. Tensuan

C. Tensuan

Carla Tensuan is a specialized content writer and visual arts enthusiast who writes about the arts, mosaic art, Interior Design, and the latest trends in decor.

26 Comments

  1. linda
    September 1, 2021 at 4:48 pm — Reply

    Such a Beautiful artwork .creative!!Thanks for sharing with us.

  2. sambo
    September 1, 2021 at 4:51 pm — Reply

    Bird are so beautiful creature. It is amazing how your company can turn this creature art into a mosaic design. Very nice, Chad.

  3. Renata Feyen
    September 1, 2021 at 4:54 pm — Reply

    Those are some extraordinary bird mosaics. I love the bald eagle and the peacock

  4. Stephanie
    September 1, 2021 at 9:22 pm — Reply

    As a Florida native, I love the cranes. And the eagle is very powerful!

  5. Laura le Roux
    September 2, 2021 at 1:01 am — Reply

    WOW these are so stunning. I love mosaics. I would love one of these as a back splash in my kitchen.

  6. Krysten Quiles
    September 2, 2021 at 6:08 am — Reply

    These are so pretty, they’d be great outdoors too!

  7. Risa Lopez
    September 2, 2021 at 7:25 am — Reply

    I’m a huge fan of mosaic arts. Those are so beautiful.

  8. Mary
    September 2, 2021 at 8:57 am — Reply

    Love the designs here! I’d love to have a similar theme hanging in my home. 🙂

  9. Sam
    September 2, 2021 at 9:41 am — Reply

    Wow, these are beautiful! There are some I like, like the kingfisher and the chat, that are really realistic.

  10. Catherine
    September 2, 2021 at 12:14 pm — Reply

    Charming indeed! These are such beautiful pieces…I love bird art!

  11. Windy
    September 2, 2021 at 2:04 pm — Reply

    Birds are so beautiful! I love all the mosaic designs as well.

  12. Paula Richie
    September 2, 2021 at 2:09 pm — Reply

    We are not fans of animals in designs but there is a market.

  13. Neely Moldovan
    September 2, 2021 at 3:26 pm — Reply

    So many beautiful bird mosaics! I love the toucan!

  14. Leah
    September 2, 2021 at 4:02 pm — Reply

    How interesting! I have personally not seen any bird themed mosaic designs, but they look beautiful especially the 6th-century bird mosaic.

  15. Lyosha
    September 2, 2021 at 4:10 pm — Reply

    how beautiful! there is definitely something special about the birds!

  16. ANZ
    September 2, 2021 at 7:40 pm — Reply

    Wow, I have never seen such beautiful birds mosaic designs 😍 I adore peacocks and Kingfisher birds! Great post 👌🏻

  17. Erin
    September 2, 2021 at 11:51 pm — Reply

    The two doves look so amazing! Also the two red finches are a beautiful piece of art work!

  18. India
    September 3, 2021 at 2:40 am — Reply

    WOW! These are some really awesome designs. Loved it! My favourite has to be the last one i.e. PEACOCK MOSAIC DESIGN. Keep up the good work.

  19. Jupiter Hadley
    September 3, 2021 at 5:59 am — Reply

    Wow, birds are such beautiful creatures and this art has really captured them!

  20. rachel
    September 3, 2021 at 9:30 am — Reply

    I love these bird mosaics. They’re beautiful

  21. Amber
    September 3, 2021 at 9:54 am — Reply

    Oh my goodness these are absolutely gorgeous. I specifically love the cranes, the dove, and the peacock. The creativity and artistic thought is amazing.

  22. Sella
    September 3, 2021 at 11:27 am — Reply

    The bird lovers will go bonkers about these bird mosaics. So many colorful options to incorporate into your home ambiance.

  23. Edyineth Melgarejo
    September 3, 2021 at 1:41 pm — Reply

    Wow this is amazing! Love your article!

  24. Rhian Westbury
    September 4, 2021 at 5:44 am — Reply

    Some very intricate designs of birds, I like the ones that really stand out like the eagle x

  25. MELANIE EDJOURIAN
    September 4, 2021 at 9:54 am — Reply

    It’s amazing how they make these. They look so good. I can’t imaging the number of hours spent on each one.

  26. Rosey
    September 5, 2021 at 9:23 pm — Reply

    The peacock is my favorite. My daughter and her family used to have these beautiful birds running around their yard when they lived out in the country.

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