Art of Gujarat

Mosaic is the decorative art of creating pictures and patterns on a surface by setting
small coloured pieces of glass, marble or other materials of choice. Working on the same lines, the Karigari Studio offers an exquisite range of home decor products that will add a splash of colour to your place instantly and is also engaged in teaching you the mosaic art. Based out of Ahmedabad, India, they have the premium quality materials from the trusted vendors. The delightful range includes glass mosaic and wooden mosaic that will adorn the empty or other areas of your otherwise boring space.

‘My out of the box approach, fresh concepts, visual designs and the desire to add an interesting touch to mundane aspects of life is what drives me to create unique every day. What sets me apart from others lies in the customization factor. I believe that mosaic artwork is one of a kind which can be justified by their fascinating shapes, colours and complexities.
Welcome to the world of mosaic art!

An engineer turned by mosaic artist, I have been passionate about designing and always felt the need to have something of my own. It’s been around 4 years since I embarked on this beautiful journey and there has been no looking back since then.

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