(2 min read) Primitive Icelandic Designs and Nordic Designs tend to bring the natural landscape beauty of Iceland and primitive era to the interiors of your house. With subtle, yet unrefined material, furniture, mosaic artworks, and wall finishing, these designs paint the house with raw energy, while breathing life into
(3 min read) It is impossible to be in Barcelona and not notice Antoni Gaudí’s incredible mosaic artworks. Every mosaic design lover owes a lot to this early 20th century modernism architect who brought freshness, originality and genius to the world of art and architecture. Gaudí decorated his city, Barcelona, using
(2 min read) This week we’re excited to spotlight one of our favorite places in a house – The kitchen. When it comes to kitchen decor, backsplashes are an essential part of a great and cozy design. So, here are this week’s spotted posts on Instagram, that will surely motivate you
(4 min read) Every new year brings new trends, new decorating patterns and interior design styles, 2019 is no exception. Floral patterns, bold dramatic walls and sustainable handmade pieces are some of the hottest home decor trends of 2019. To help you make the most of your space for a
(3 min read) Whether you work from home or just want to have a place where you can read or study, your home office should be a creative space that inspires you. That is why we decided to present some ideas that will help you decorate your home office in
(2 min read) As huge interior design lovers, we often go to Pinterest for inspiration and to get our daily design dose of awesome. This week we used it to round up some of the very best and most amazing interior Christmas decoration to inspire you to create your own.
(4 min read) If you’re an art lover, We know how challenging it is to pick a perfect next travel destination. Well, challenge accepted! We handpicked a few marvellous mosaic artworks in different parts of the world which you should definitely include in your must-see bucket list. Spain’s Barcelona: Antoni
(3 min read) Though mosaics date back to the 3rd millennium BC, this art is going through an unheard of rebirth. We’ve assembled the selection of artists that, in our opinion, are making a huge contribution to the contemporary mosaic art movement. SERGIO POLICICCHIO Sergio Policicchio skillfully balances photography,
(2 min read) It is that time of the year again! With winter already here, we are all getting more and more excited for the holiday season. While some might be working on their Christmas shopping list, we thought it would be a good idea to offer you a few
(3 min read) examples of stunning kitchen mosaic art Most people agree that the kitchen is the heart of the home – it is a place where food is lovingly made, so it is often associated with warmth, comfort, and affection. It is no wonder that families make it a
(4 min read) Starting from his over 40 years long experience in the Venetian technique, Giulio Menossi developed his own great and expressive mosaic process, by creating stories through his mosaic artworks. His love for creating things improvising, transforming emotions into colors and emotional mosaics, brought him to everyone’s love
(1 min read) It’s that time of the year when everyone is getting creative and coming up with ideas to surprise the trick and treaters. With Halloween just around the corner, here at Mosaics Lab, we want to give you a couple of ideas that would take your imagination to
(2 min read) Instagram is always full of inspiring photos, especially for those who love interior design and décor. We wanted to feature some beautiful design elements and in this week’s edition of spotted on Instagram, we’ve rounded up the best in floorings. Floors are made to be stepped on-
(2 min read) Once again aiming to highlight the best production traditions and innovations, the biggest stone, design and technology trade fair – Marmomac, took place in the wonderful city of Verona about a week ago. Aiming to always keep you up-to-date with the latest trends in stone and design,
(2 min read) Remember the beauty of Venice and Florence? Now, imagine something that lies right in between them. Yes, you are right! We’re talking about Ravenna – the magnificent city in Italy, that is also known as the City of Mosaics. Apart from being the burial place of Danthe
(2 min read) With more than 900 exhibitors from 35 countries, Cersaie International exhibition of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishing brought together professionals from all over the world to be part of the greatest showcase for state-of-the-art trends in ceramics, wallpapers, glazing as well as marble and bathroom furnishing.