We anticipate that mainstream consumers will gravitate toward Mozaico.net for custom mosaics that are truly an expression of their interests and lifestyle rather than opting for mass market décor that doesn’t speak to who they are.
NAPERVILLE, Ill. (PRWEB) August 07, 2013
Mozaico, a leader in custom mosaic tiles for nearly 50 years, announced today that the company has retained 80 mosaic artists to cater to its growing global customer base. Notable artists added to the company’s impressive roster of talent include Amir Fares, John Farra, John Messina, Nada Khoury, Sola Baz and Yulia Stebris.
The company has employed a diverse group of designers that possess tremendous talent and professionalism. They leverage their expertise to create custom crafted mosaics based on photos, illustrations and descriptions submitted by Mozaico.net customers. Mosaics have been created to replicate family portraits, corporate logos, famous symbols and icons and notable figures, and to commemorate special milestones and memories. Custom mosaics are commonly installed in kitchens, baths, foyers, yachts or pool areas, or on walls for added color and style.
“Handcrafted custom works of art, especially custom mosaics, have not always been available to mainstream consumers,” said Rim Mecherkany, marketing executive at Mozaico.net. “There have been a number of barriers ranging from price to access. We’re now riding a growing trend of bringing together some of the world’s best artistic talent in one place on the web to make it easier for consumers to gain access to these works and do so at a price that they can afford.”
“We anticipate that mainstream consumers will gravitate toward Mozaico.net for custom mosaics that are truly an expression of their interests and lifestyle rather than opting for mass market décor that doesn’t speak to who they are,” Mecherkany continued.
While mosaics continue to top the lists each year of colorful design trends, the tradition goes as far back as 4,000 years ago, as evidenced by the use of terracotta cones and their application onto structures as a means of decoration. Mozaico.net has upheld this tradition since 1963. The company first began production in a facility in Lebanon, and has since expanded their operations to various strategic international hubs.
The company now exports custom mosaic tiles to more than 70 countries, catering to a worldwide client base that includes both residential and commercial customers. High profile clients include the State of Hawaii, the President of Chile, Le Gray Hotel in Beirut and Casino Spielbank Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
Mozaico’s custom mosaics are made from natural stone, ceramic or glass tiles. Mosaics come honed with avarnish that gives the design a wet look, but can also be antiqued or polished for an additional fee based on the customer’s preference. Self-installation is simple and comparable to installing a ceramic tile purchased from a home improvement vendor. Directions are included for the customer’s convenience.
Mozaico.net does offer installation of custom mosaics in Florida and Orange County, Calif. Installation in other areas requires additional fees to cover the cost of travel and accommodation.
“This is an exciting time in the life of our company,” said Mecherkany. “Our mosaic artists have apprenticed in Spain and Italy; they’ve studied classical arts in Paris; they’ve exhibited in galleries – you name it, they’ve done it. Having such an amazing depth of talent is a great achievement for our company, but it’s also a tremendous advantage for our customers. We’re delighted to be able to continue to share the tradition of mosaic artistry with the world and help art lovers bring dynamic mosaic pieces into their homes and places of business.”
To place an order for custom mosaics, visit http://www.mozaico.net for details and instructions or contact the company at (617) 381-4446 or info(at)mozaico(dot)net. Items in stock ship in three to five business days. Lead time to receive custom orders ranges from two to four weeks.
Since 1963, Mozaico has been a leading provider of stone, ceramic, marble and glass tiles. The company retains 80 talented artists and exports mosaics to more than 70 countries across the globe. The company has offices and operations in the U.S., Serbia, Germany and Russia. For more information, visit http://www.mozaico.net