Do You See What I Sea? December 06 2022 Blue Water Pool Mosaics There are so many beautiful creatures of the sea, and what better place to depict those than in your pool? Whether you’re looking for creating your own sea away from the sea, or you simply want to spruce up the look, using tang pool mosaics is a great option! Tang fish are one of the most popular in the sea, and they are typically known for their gorgeous blue and yellow colors. That being said, there are other colors out there, and they make for a great seascape project. What are Tang Pool Mosaics? How much do you know about the sea? Have you ever gotten to go scuba diving or snorkeling to get a close look at some of the tropical fish? Perhaps you have spent some time walking through aquariums and falling in love with the creatures you see there. The most common tang fish is the Blue Tang. This is a bright blue fish with yellow and black markings. Dory from “Finding Nemo” is the perfect illustration. Of course, there are other types of tang fish as well, which could allow you to create a masterpiece from the sea. The mosaics are designed to look like different varieties of tang fish. We even have a glow-in-the-dark tang. How much fun is that?! Check out some of these pool mosaic options: Tang fish (blue, orange, or yellow) Glow-in-the-dark yellow tang Regal tang Blue tang (single or double) Tiger tang Pacific blue tang Powder blue tang (single or double) Glow-in-the-dark blue tang There are many different options to help contribute to whatever seascape vision you might have. Then you might really “see what we sea” for your grand pool design! Creating a Seascape in Your Pool Using tang pool mosaics is really just the beginning. These fish are a lot of fun, and you can certainly add just a couple of them for a great look. But you can also go all out with several! You have the ability to create your own seascape, and customize it to your preferences. The tang mosaics are just one piece of that puzzle. In the sea, there are tons of different tropical fish swimming around. You can mix and match, and really make it fun with some glow-in-the-dark fish too. Why not incorporate some other fish into the look? If you loved “Finding Nemo,” you can also get some clown fish. But why stop there? Add in a whole array of colorful, beautiful fish mosaics to bring together an entire sea on the floor of your pool. It’s both beautiful and fun, if you ask us. And the sea life doesn’t have to stop at fish, either. You can add some things like octopuses, sharks, manta rays, and more. If you’re not sure how to create the look you want, we recommend reaching out. We have some great ideas you might like. Installing Tang Pool Mosaics There are different application and installation needs for varying designs of your pool. When you use tiles, you will likely need to pair that with grout. However, when you use a simple tang mosaic, you generally will just need an adhesive. The adhesive works to seal the mosaic piece to your pool, effectively keeping it in place. This adhesive is simple to use and is perfect for bonding materials like stoneware, ceramics, glass, and other similar things. You will definitely need application and adhesive to keep your mosaics in place. In some cases, you may need additional processes. Again, the total process simply depends on your project and what you use for your seascape. About the Tang Fish While you might choose to use the tang fish simply for the aesthetics of your pool, this really is an interesting fish to behold. Did you know that the spine of a tang fish is actually really sharp? It’s a defense mechanism to protect themselves against predators in the sea. Tang fish are nearing what is considered a threatened level of survival. They aren’t endangered yet, but they are nearing the stage where people are starting to worry about them. Most tang eat primarily plankton and algae, although they occasionally eat some meat. They live in schools, and there are more than 75 species of tang out there. Our colors are slightly limited, but tang can be quite colorful. Blue is a common color, but other colors are black-brown, silver, purple, orange, white, red, and yellow. Many types have more than one color on them as well. These fish typically live in the coral reefs, throughout the open ocean. It’s the loss of coral reefs and degradation that has led to risk for these beautiful fish. Tang fish do not like groupers, tuna, snappers, or barracuda. Those are their most common predators. Tang fish are pretty small, although they can grow up to 3 feet in length. They only weigh 1-2 pounds typically. They also can live for up to 30 years! Create Your Custom Sea Adventure with Blue Water Pool Mosaics There are so many amazing adventures to be had in your swimming pool. Spice it up and add some fun with the addition of tang pool mosaics, or any other type of mosaic designs! These are so much fun and can easily be customized to achieve whatever type of seascape you might be looking for. Contact us at Blue Water Pool Mosaics or check out your options on our website. Whether you need a customized look or you want to just add a bit of flair, we’ve got you covered.