Mosaic Mural
16 Apr 2015

10 Nautical Mosaic Designs for The Summer of 2015

Summer is on its way and will be soon knocking on your doors, that is why Mozaico thought of giving you the opportunity to witness 10 cautiously elected nautical mosaic designs for the Summer of 2015. Days will soon start to last longer with never ending fun, misty skin and shiny hair. Yes, outdoor gatherings with family and friends, camping and days at the beach are just around the corner. For those of you of prefer staying in your hometowns, plan and prepare a creative and enjoyable summer! All you need to do is add a little more character to your surroundings. Thinking of redecorating your backyards, gardens, patios and pool areas, here’s a list for you to consider!

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Mosaic Sculpture
13 Mar 2015

5 Most Impressive Mosaic Sculptors

Since prehistoric times, sculptures were an experimental art for humans to express beauty and interact with nature and religion. The ancient cultures of Egypt and Mesopotamia made great sculptural artworks. Their sculptures are monolithic with a great ritual significance and are beyond visual contemplation. For Native Americans however, their artworks were a way of gratitude to nature creating a superb and complicated technique with a unique style. Whereas for the Asian culture, sculptures are a developed art commemorating Gods and Goddesses. Today, the art of sculpturing is a lot more voluminous and enormously imaginative manifesting shocking series of phenomenon. A shift in creativity is made by sculptors, ceramists and mosaic artists to transform the traditional art of sculpting and mosaic tiling into a marvelous castle in the sky. They created noteworthy sculptures complemented with mosaic tiles and stones. Looking at their sculptures, Mozaico couldn’t miss the opportunity of sharing the wave of creativity and modernity. Here’s our list of the 5 Most Impressive Mosaic Sculptures.

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Mozaico Wall Art
05 Mar 2015

10 Incredible Ways To Decorate Your Walls

Improving your home decor will enlighten your mood. Did you know that you can use old plates, empty frames, vintage mirrors, empty bird cages, hats, old chains and many other spontaneous items to ornament your walls? A wall is a lot more than a structure that defines the area to provide shelter or security. It’s a space of your own life, able to react and interact with your feelings. Check out this incredible list of 10 ways to decorate your walls, from a basic accent wall paint to a creative crazy decorative item. Enjoy the tips and tricks listed!

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Persian Ceiling Virginia Museum of Fine Arts location
27 Feb 2015

The Most Impressive Ceilings of All Time | Mozaico

Throughout history vaulted ceilings were used to ornament cathedrals and basilicas and make a space look larger than it is. In architecture, the main function of vaults was to give resistance to walls and ceilings. There’s a wide variety of vaults such as the Barrel Vault, Groin Vault, Rib Vault and Fan vault. This variety took ceilings to another dimension and more than art covering four walls with a roof. Therefore, Mozaico thought of taking you on a journey of renowned to less known monuments , spreading through three continents and two thousand years of history. We start with the contemporary art of magical stained glass ceilings made by Daniel Buren to conclude with the fairy land of India, the Taj Mahal.

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Cool Carpet Deign
18 Feb 2015

Contemporary Rug Ideas to Ornament your Floors

When we hear the word “Rugs”, our minds usually imagine arabesque and floral patterns and sink into more traditional designs. However, decorating your homes with more modern and contemporary designs can create a great feel. It might be a little risky but it doesn’t need to be. Mozaico will help you transform your home decor into a modern furnishing. Here is a list of contemporary rugs that will definitely inspire your home décor and improvement.

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Mosaic Stairs
06 Feb 2015

Most Beautiful Interior Mosaic Staircases

‪Mosaics can ‪decorate any space you wish to enlighten with exquisite and artistic beauty! Going back through history, mosaic art was used to reflect scenes and to celebrate and commemorate gods, domestic themes and geometrical patterns. Mosaic art survived the Roman and Byzantine times and the Modern age, and is still present today. This art became affordable and available to ornament our kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and now staircases. Mozaico thought of inspiring those who are interested in interior mosaic designs, giving you a glimpse of muse and insight for your future home décor renovation or home improvement.

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