As temperatures constantly rise and with summer approaching, we all start looking for creative ideas to decorate the outdoor space. This summer’s decor trends require experimenting with artful subjects, some are recapping from last year, but are a little bit of altered, while others are utterly new – mosaic artworks have never been so popular when it comes to backyard decor, weren’t they?
Here are some easy ideas to bring an artful appeal to your backyard with mosaic art and make it more inviting for spring & summer gatherings.
Tile floors have a lot of versatility. They come in many colors, they’re long-lasting and durable, and they clean easily. You can use them in any room in the house, if you choose, or even for outside areas.
As practical as they are, though, they can be a little bland, especially in big areas with neutral color tiles. So how can you break up space and add some visual interest? One way to do it is with a mosaic rug.
Mosaic is one of the oldest forms of art – you create images using an assemblage of small pieces of different materials. You can use paper, glass, pebbles, stone, or wood to make beautiful pictures, shapes, or just add a bit of color to your surroundings.
When you think of mosaics, you might think first of large art pieces like those found in some churches. Big, wall-spanning images tend to get the most attention, making it easy to overlook the supporting players: the mosaic borders that surround or accompany those images. Mosaic borders have unique uses
Equipped with know-how and a bit of innovation you can make even the most intimidating objects blend into your home in a very unique way. Today’s article will explore how a “mosaic wall art” will help you turn your apartment into just anything you can think of, in an authentic yet unique way. So let’s kick our décor up a notch with the most unique mosaics and distinctive ways to install them!
3D Mosaic art has gone wide. Maybe not completely mainstream, however, a lot of visual artists are making their way as mosaicists, and a lot of art galleries and festivals are embracing the art form as an integral part of their shows.
These 10 mosaicists have been on the mosaic scene way longer than you think, some are popular, some are up-and-coming, some are, well, awe-inspiring!