Great 2022 home tech trends that work well with your mosaic art
(4 min read) There is no doubt that in this day and age technology tends to shape interior design one way or the other, but what does it do to our art? Can art and technology coexist and thrive in the same space no matter how minuscule that space is? The answer to that question is actually very simple, (answers to complicated questions usually are), of course, the two can exist side by side and evolve. Because they have to. There’s no turning back at this point.
As ugly as that black square in your living room may look, it somehow still manages to coexist with your vibrant Miranda Forrester artwork. As chromed as your refrigerator and toaster are, they still peacefully sit in the same kitchen with your gorgeous glass mosaic backsplash. Differences between technology and artwork are so huge that they tend to look almost distressing to an educated observer. It is no wonder that designers are working hard to bridge that appearance gap and make technology look softer and more appealing.
This one is on the first spot for a reason it is my personal favorite. It will work for your home regardless of the interior and your art. If you opt for human-centric lighting you can go for large-scale mosaic artwork on both your walls and floors, and you can go for both colorful and muted mosaic tiles. HCL is designed to fit your circadian rhythm, also known as your inner clock, and your home interior because it is discrete and seamless. More and more people are opting for HCL because it enhances their overall sense of well-being and cognitive skills. Keeping that in mind, just go for mosaic artwork that you love to look at and let HCL work its magic.
I wouldn’t change my gramophone for anything because it works like magic with my wooden bookshelves and washed wood floors. However, if you are a fan of more modern solutions, then you are probably aware of how ugly your CD racks look standing on your magnificent tile floor sprinkled with mosaic medallions. Disgusting, right? Not to mention your awful decade-old black CD player sitting unfortunately right under your Steven Spazuk masterpiece. Invisible audio will solve all of those problems for you. New mobile speakers feature sophisticated designs and terrific sound quality, so you can opt for a small speaker you can move throughout your home whenever you feel like it.
One little sleekly designed box that will work like a charm in any home and it will do miracles for your daily routines. Smart plugs are a terrific way to automate all of the appliances and devices in your home and make them quicker and easier to control and use. All you have to do is plug your smart plug into a convenient outlet and connect it to your wifi. Smart plugs are small and compact, but even in case your outlet is in plain sight, you can choose from multiple designs to make sure that it fits your interior decor and art perfectly.
One of the main audacities when it comes to kitchen design is refrigerators. They are big, shiny, and sometimes loud, and some of them even have small tv screens on them for heaven’s sake… Ugh. They truly are the Nickelback of kitchen appliances. Some smart folk over at Samsung came up with an idea to create bespoke refrigerators with gorgeous french doors, and the world has gone crazy for them in an instant. These stylish kitchen devices come with three or four doors, as well as Family Hub models. They can have any type of finish, so if your fabulous mosaic backsplash features a nature scene, you can go for a Tuscan or emerald green fridge, if it features a spring floral design, you can go for a Pink or Tuscan Yellow finish. The possibilities are endless.
Integrated bathroom technology
This one includes multiple features. Smart toilets, touchless faucets, digital, wall-mounted interfaces that control your shower, mirror, and more, and last but not least, heated flooring, all of these are gaining popularity as you are reading this gem of an article. The trick is to make your usually small bathroom appear bigger and make its decorative aspects pop. Once you’ve accepted to go fully integrated when it comes to your bathroom, you can be sure your arabesque mosaic floor will capture the attention of anyone who walks in, and that turtle mosaic backsplash above your sink will be as awe-inspiring as it is meant to be.