(3 min read) Whether you are a practical minimalist at heart or you couldn’t live without your 500 books and fluffy carpets, one thing is certain — we all love a fine piece of furniture. Needless to say, not all of us can afford Boca do Lobo chairs or Koket coffee tables,
(4 min read) Now that we’ve dipped our toes into August, it seems only fair to dedicate an article to what’s to be (meteorologists say) the hottest month this year in both the western and northern hemispheres. July was already hot, but it seems that August will be hellish, so
(3 min read) Today’s interior design industry is so vast and colorful that it has become truly difficult to quickly and properly choose the option that will fit your mosaic décor requirements. From porcelain to donuts (yes, you read that correctly), from a variety of metals to dried petals, there
(3 min read) If you have mosaic art in your home, you are part of a tradition that dates back thousands of years and is found across the globe. Whether your mosaic piece is a kitchen backsplash, decorative mural, or bathroom design, you’ll want to clean it regularly to maintain its
(4 min read) Mosaic art can be applied virtually anywhere, from subway walls to bowling balls. Just like its undestroyable predecessor (paradoxical, but true), contemporary mosaic art should be able to captivate the attention, make a statement, and last wherever you decide to put it, regardless of the base. You’ll
(4 min read) I was recently browsing the web for some fresh ideas and I ran into one of the most infuriating questions I’ve read since the last time Kathy Griffin decided to voice her opinion. So, the question was (*insert dramatic pause*): “Is mosaic art still popular?” O. M.
(3 min read) Mosaic art is different from painted art in so many ways, but the effect of both can be quite similar at times. On that note, mosaic wall art is usually created in a rectangular shape which is visually quite similar to rectangular paintings on canvas. Keeping in
(3 min read) Mosaics are a centuries-old art form, but their popularity hasn’t waned with time. They can be found all over the world, from villas and museums to sidewalks and public spaces. Mosaic artwork is everywhere. But have you ever wondered how giant is the world’s largest mosaic? What’s
(4 min read) There’s an ongoing silent debate in the upper echelon of the art world about whether The Frame should be recognized as an art form of its own. Famous early modernist painter John Marin was known for always looking for a “Blessed Equilibrium” between paintings and their frames.
(4 min read) We’ve talked about the intricate beauty and durability of mosaic artwork many times. It is clear why mosaic art tends to be a bit pricey and why it is worth it, but what about mosaic tiles? That turned out to be one of the most searched questions
(4 min read) Mosaic floor inlay is, as you may have already guessed, any type of mosaic art that gets embedded into a solid background. It requires the same set of skills (Liam Neeson set of skills) as with regular mosaic artwork, the only difference is installation. Mosaic inlay is
(3 min read) This is undoubtedly the era of celebrating all shapes, but mostly curves and mosaic art is right there to support the movement in its own sensible and meaningful way. This is simply because the best mosaic artwork is equivalent to and implicated by — curves. How so? Well, let’s
(4 min read) Mosaic art brings together the old and the new. It’s a tradition that dates millennia, but you’ll find plenty of contemporary examples. And although mosaics are rooted in Western art, you can seek design inspiration from Chinese and Japanese art. The result is an original artwork that
(4 min read) I think it’s due time we chat about this subject, as the pandemic is seemingly coming to its painful end. However, the world is being very careful (as it should be) and the changes the pandemic made in all of our lives are here to stay, at
(4 min read) Ahhh, the spring is here and most of us are already having “su-su-su-summer time, summertime” crisis. Whether you’ve gained some cozy cushions during hibernation and your treadmill is losing a battle with dust, or your DMs are packed with unopened messages from friends and you are just
(4 min read) This is an age-old question and quite frankly, for me personally, a mind-boggling one. I’m, okay with some artworks and with some other ones — I’m just not. Does that make me a hypocrite? Probably, but at least I’m owning it. As an avid reader, I never read Lovecraft