Introducing Watercolors

The masters of watercolor—Albrecht Durer, Georgia O’Keefe, John Singer Sargent, William Turner, and James Whistler—created nuanced paintings rich with emotion. The Watercolors ceramic collection by Lunada Bay Tile pays homage to these famous artists through varied hues. Like miniature works of art, the tiles express a handcrafted, artisanal aesthetic through carefully curated color, from delicate to vibrant.

The Watercolors collection comes in two patterns and a coordinating liner. The simplicity of these shapes allows the soft brushstroke effects and colors to take center stage.

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The collection is available in five painterly hues that would work with a variety of palettes, from cool to warm.

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Another bonus: the Watercolors collection coordinates with so many other Lunada Bay Tile series, such as Mizumi Martini (below left) and Luce (below right).

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While watercolor paintings often appear simple in execution, the techniques used can take years to perfect. It can be thrilling to watch a master create an image through the careful blending of pigment and water. The Watercolors collection emulates these pretty brushstrokes for an artistic effect.

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Watercolors Post Durer
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Watercolors Picket O’Keefe
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Watercolors Picket O’Keefe

5 New Tomei Colors

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We’ve just added a few more tools for your designer toolbox! Lunada Bay Tile has updated the Tomei glass collection with the addition of five new neutral hues. The latest colors provide more options in the gray and beige color families, each with a unique undertone, which give designers and specifiers more opportunities to work with Tomei in a variety of styles and palettes.

The new colors—Linen, Stratus, Horizon, Pumice and Vapor—bring the Tomei collection to 24 colors in two finishes, natural (glossy) and silk (matte).

 

 

Introducing Mizumi Gendai

We’ve added a new pattern to the Mizumi collection: Gendai.

The contemporary, interlocking pattern of Mizumi Gendai is a sophisticated union of varying sizes and finishes in a shimmering palette of 18 thoughtfully curated hues. The Gendai pattern is composed of  ½ x ½, ½ x 1 and 1 x 1 glass tiles with straight edges that present a clean and crisp installation. Each piece of glass is hand-poured and designed with slight color variations for a distinctive appearance. See the entire collection