TORONTO, ON, September 27, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Homeowners and interior decorators are just a click away from elevating their living or working space with authentic, handmade art. With the launch of a brand new website, mosaicslab.com
, the process of each purchase is a collaboration with the artists, a special opportunity to personalize pieces and accentuate elements of their homes to suit their taste. The site also features a vast array of art to choose from ranging from contemporary to classic and ancient designs.
"Our traditional mosaic workmanship for art pieces goes beyond the satisfaction that a painting can bring to a home or a backsplash to a kitchen," says Chad Kassis, Director of Customer Experience, Mosaics Lab. "No two pieces of work will be alike, they are unique and custom designed by passionate craftspeople whose skills were passed on to them from previous generations. It is not just routine work for these artists, they pour their heart into each creation, paying attention to detail, crafting each piece with care, precision, and creativity," added Kassis.
Built with the latest security technologies for safe transactions, the website has detailed customization
options that allow customers to submit any image of their choice that they would like to see transformed into a mosaic art piece or they can personalize any of Mosaics Lab's existing pieces.
"We are very excited and really look forward to inspiring and connecting our customers to our group of dedicated artists so they can get to tell their stories in their homes through art," says Kassis.
Customers can follow and connect to Mosaics Lab and its team of artists on the website Facebook
, and Twitter
About Mosaics Lab
Mosaics Lab invests in high quality, handcrafted tiles, offer infinite designs through customization, delivered to customers doorstep. Made of the finest and natural stone materials by artists that have learned the ancient Roman craft of mosaic making from their ancestors. Every piece is created with extreme care and precision to hand-cut marble, stone or glass into a tile that can be as small as 0.004 square inch (3 square mm) and 0.3 inch (8 mm) thick. The artists are masters of this technique and can translate existing images into stunning mosaics, or design entirely new masterpieces that will transform any space.
For media inquiries and information on Mosaics Lab or photo assets, contact firstname.lastname@example.org