(5 min read) Mosaic art is an image or design constructed from small colored pieces of glass, stone, or other materials on a bed of cement, plaster, or adhesive. Mosaic designs can be made with pretty much anything, including old, recycled, or found materials such as beads, buttons, and mirrors.
(5 min read) Few times throughout human history has raised the spirits of humanity been so needed as it is today in this modern-day and age. As if technology hasn’t alienated us enough, now we have to isolate ourselves from the rest of society and stare at the screen hoping
(5 min read) Open concepts seem to be all the rage in this self-isolation day and age. A simple room makeover and knocking down a wall or two can really do miracles for your mood, but is it really worth it? You’re not going to rebuild that wall you just
(4 min read) With the new year comes great hope and optimism for the future, and these sentiments show in our interior design choices. Whether it’s adding blush-toned décor, bringing the outdoors in, or paying tribute to nostalgia and tradition, homeowners are looking for ways to add a sense of
(3 min read) Ahhh it’s that time of the year! That special time when all of the homes are vibrantly decorated to remind of the delights of Christmas when all the shop windows are decorated with huge red and green decorated “best Christmas sale” signs. We here at Mosaics lab
(5 min read) Most of my favorite YouTuber commentary channels have their own Top 5 or 10 unpopular opinions on this and that. People like drama and unpopular opinions are always sure to start a debate. The mere fact that they are unpopular tells you all you need to know. People
(5 min read) Those of you who read this blog regularly are probably well aware that I’m not a huge fan of minimalism. It just makes me uncomfortable, and quite frankly, terrified. Before you dub me mentally unstable, just hear me out. So, imagine a space the size of an average
(4 min read) First of all, being stuck in any space for a long while will make any such space appear cramped and small. Needless to say, once all of this is over, we’ll want to redecorate our respective apartments and homes, just the make living that much bearable. Keeping all
(4 min read) See, as much as I’d like to start this post with “I was visiting so and so the other day blah blah blah”, I can’t do that with a clear conscience. First of all, we all know it would be a blatant lie because the world is quarantining
(4 min read) If you’ve ever had to deal with a tiny apartment or a small bungalow type of a house, you are probably well aware that these kinds of home interiors have a huge set of challenges. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t achieve to make even the most
(5 min read) The spring is upon us y’all and to me, that usually means two things: it is spring cleaning and renovating time. Needless to say, the extent of your renovations will always be determined by your budget. The loyal blog-fans among you know that I’m not the one to
(5 min read) I reeeeally wanted to subtitle this article “Justify your latent hoarding because no one else will“ or “Interior design’s fancy term for latent hoarders and why it works“, but my charming sarcasm wouldn’t fit into the narrative of this (fantastic) blog. I want to show you that there
(4 min read) When you think about it, the definition of a trend is sort of abstract, because how can you really define something that is constantly changing and evolving? I guess that really is the definition. Trend is something that is hip and popular at a certain point in time.
(3 min read) MAISON & OBJET 2020 opened its doors between January 17–21, 2020 at the Paris Nord Villepinte; a fresh and open venue that boasts eco-conscious spaces and airy interiors. This year’s themes mirrored the rising collective conscious of a turbulent world, surrounding the exciting theme of (RE)generation — giving credence to
(2 min read) January is a time for New Year’s resolutions, letting go of toxic vibes and reinventing ourselves; from regular trips to the gym to calling our loved ones more, January was made for betterment. Why not better your home too by adding some sparkling new mosaic artwork into your
(4 min read) Mosaics bring a unique edge to interior design, with their endless potential, effortless durability and meticulous craftsmanship. It’s easy to see why these collections of tiny stones have won our hearts for millennia. This year promises some exciting style trends for the mosaic world, carrying on themes from