5 New Tomei Colors


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).



Creativity Soars in the 2014 White Box Challenge

The Colorado Chapter of the American Society of Interior Designers held its second annual White Box Challenge event at the Decorative Materials showroom in Denver on October 9. Lunada Bay Tile donated 25 boxes chock full of beautiful tile samples that contest participants–including designers, architects, design students and industry partners–used in their artistic creations.

Participants unveiled their designs at the party where a panel of celebrity judges determined the winners.  The panel of judges included Feras Irikat from Lunada Bay; Mary Abel, editor of Colorado Homes & Lifestyle; Joanne Smith of Colorado Homes & Lifestyle; William Logan, founder, editor and publisher of Modern in Denver;and Amy Phare of Modern in Denver.  It was a joy to see creativity at work at such a fun event.
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Lunada Bay Tile at TISE East

Feras Irikat, director of design and marketing at Lunada Bay Tile, will present two educational sessions during The International Surface Event East, held October 19-22, at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami, Fla.

TISE attendees are invited to join Feras to gain insight on identifying trends and color. Register for the show and get 50% off registration by using promo code EELAEAST.

Feras Irikat, Director of Design and Marketing, Lunada Bay Tile
Feras Irikat, director of design and marketing, Lunada Bay Tile

Are You a Trendmaster? – Identifying New Business & Design Trends
Monday, October 20 from 9:45 AM to 11:00 AM

Our clients expect us to be on the cutting edge, ahead of the curve. We can’t sit back and track the latest trends, we need to process information and trend signs, become a trendmaster, not a trend tracker. Get in front of your competition, identify design and market trends, recognize the evolution of new business trends and explore innovative ways to reach a new audience. Become familiar with your always-changing consumer. Explore the latest look in home design and architecture.

Learning Objectives:
• Define the difference between a trend tracker and a trendmaster
• Develop a mind-set for processing information and trend signs
• Explore inspirations that influence today’s design
• Identify market strategies and innovative ways to reach a new audience
• Identify the ever-changing consumer and how design influences their purchasing decision
• Examine the latest look in home design and colors
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