Our collective memories of geometry classes gone by might be a bit cloudy now, but interesting shapes in a design plan are altogether au courant. So let’s make Natural Stone Geometric Shapes the topic for today.
Our Cellini Mosaic Collection is featured in this post for obvious geometric reasons. But first, let’s have a bit of background to consider. “Mannerism”, which is taken from the Italian term “maniera,” was a style of sculpture and painting that rose in Florence and Rome in the very early parts of the 1500s. Benvenuto Cellini, for which our collection is named, was a prominent Mannerist sculpture of the period. Of note, the sculptor is perhaps best known for his rollicking autobiography that is still in print.
More subtly, this collection aspires to a simple but broad range of compelling geometrically inspired mosaics that include both marble and limestone. This patterning inherently draws the eye and makes any space a bit more intriguing.
It’s summer now and “living is easy.” At least that is what the old tune says. So take it “easy” and thanks for reading.