It is the retro look by essence: ceramics and mosaics are jostling to make it as the cover of your floors, walls, ceilings and working surfaces. Here’s some inspiration for you.
More than just a wave; it’s a fashion tsunami. The seventies are drowning creative and artistic platforms in their odd yet harmonious aesthetics, whilst giving off a sense of excess, bringing back two leading trends of interior design: ceramic and mosaic.
In terracotta colours, or painted with arabesques or psychedelic patterns, ceramic tiles as well as dinnerware are always a great pick, whether to neutralize the decor, or bring a touch of fantasy to it.
The title says it all, it is a must in all Mauritian homes. Whether in neutral tones, or bright colors, for the bathroom or the dining room; ceramic tiles never get old.
For an out-of-the ordinary dinnerware, it is adorned with various prints and motives such as dots, or sometimes even hand-painted detailing. Having an original ceramic set is, first and foremost, a way to impress your guests at every meal.
Although it was restricted to spas and other relaxation areas for a while, mosaics are taking over various grounds. Offering a myriad of possibilities between styles, shapes and materials, all you need is to choose!
Gage of craftsmanship and a millenary tradition, vases, pots and other decorative objects using this technique will make a statement and set the tone in any room of the house.