As Tile Addict’s 20.000 followers will know, I am a huge fan of Canada’s Mosaique Surface. This talented team brings joie de vivre and genuine sophistication to the world of mosaic. And the company’s latest collection more than lives up to expectation. French Quarter showcases over 30 different mosaic patterns, available in nearly 100 natural stones, 16 colours of Venetian glass, and various metal inlay options. In fact, this collection is by far the largest and most sophisticated created by Mosaïque Surface so far.
The French Quarter Collection comes together in four stories, all inspired by the sweetness of the south and lux interiors of yesteryear.
American Bistro serves a taste of modern vs traditional fare transpired into ageless trendsetting mosaic patterns, all steaming from century-old restaurant floors and tabletop linens from some of America’s most outstanding restaurants.
On the waterfront, dancing wavelets deliver a sense of calm and blissfulness. Watery patterns, through a careful material assignment and bespoke design, are energized through the Gulf’s Shores.
While iconic ironwork adorns the streets of the French Quarter, Architectural Preservation pays tribute to the artistic, contextual, and informative values of the French Quarter’s cultural heritage.
Finally, walk through the Garden District on a Sunday afternoon and savor the some of America’s best-preserved historic mansions. All beautifully adorned with a multitude of flowers and gardens, enough to beautify any home, old or new.
Founded in 1992, Mosaïque Surface specialises in custom stone mosaics. This design-oriented company delivers top-quality mosaic products for both the commercial and residential markets. Their wide range of designs, materials and finishes make them a leader in the mosaic industry, both in terms of design and the quality of execution.
The French Quarter collection is available in over 250 showrooms world-wide and can be seen in its entirety at: www.mosaiquesurface.com
A new post by Joe Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, September 2018