The tile and stone veteran will support retail customers in the Southwest
(Harbor City, CA, December 15, 2017) Lunada Bay Tile has hired Emily Marris as Southwest Regional Sales Manager, serving Arizona, New Mexico, Southern California, and Southern Nevada. Marris will work closely with retail clients, providing product knowledge, marketing solutions, customer service, and growth opportunities in support of the sales and promotion of Lunada Bay Tile.
Tiles come alive as unique shapes and pearlescent color blends play and shimmer with light
(Harbor City, CA, November 30, 2017) A vivid interplay of color and shape comes alive in the latest additions to Lunada Bay Tile’s Luce glass mosaic tile collection. With semi-opaque glass and playful forms, new Feather, Fin, Clipper, and Hex shapes shimmer in the light, much like the sun glittering across moving water. As light bounces off the surface, the mosaics absorb and reflect nuances of the colors around them.
The Tomei glass tile collection’s new neutral tones tap into visual arts colour theory to expand design possibilities
(Harbor City, CA, October 10, 2017) When Lunada Bay Tile recently updated its Tomei glass tile collection with five neutral hues in two finishes, design possibilities multiplied innumerably. The versatile new neutrals provide a solid foundation that promotes the use of color to create a mood – from conservative, to sophisticated, to passionate.
Brown to head up North American sales for the Los Angeles-based tile company
(Harbor City, CA, August 16, 2017) Lunada Bay Tile is pleased to announce that Christopher Brown has been named national sales director. Brown, who will be based out of Lunada Bay Tile’s Harbor City headquarters, joined Lunada Bay Tile in 2011 to manage western region sales and has 18 years of experience in the tile industry. From 1999 to 2010 he worked for the tile and stone company Walker Zanger where he managed sales and held the position of branch manager in Hayward, California.
Artist-inspired hues and translucent glazes combine in the new line
(Coverings’17, Orlando, FL, April 4-7, 2017) Ceramic tiles serve a practical purpose, but they also have the power to set a visual mood and launch a decorating scheme that can turn a room into a masterpiece. Like miniature works of art, ceramic tiles in the Watercolors collection express a handcrafted, artisanal aesthetic that shines in contemporary, country and coastal environments.
Five soothing new neutrals are added to the Tomei glass tile collection, offering more design options for a variety of palettes
(Coverings’17, Orlando, FL, April 4-7, 2017) As part of its 2017 introductions, Lunada Bay Tile updates the Tomei glass tile collection, a beloved classic in the Lunada Bay Tile repertoire, with the addition of five new neutral hues in two finishes.
Four new shapes join the ceramic tile line inspired by oysters and the oceans they live in
(Coverings’17, Orlando, FL, April 4-7, 2017) Lunada Bay Tile has released a fresh catch of designs for Shinju, the ceramic tile collection inspired by oysters, pearls and the waters they live in, adding four new shapes to the collection. “Paper” is a textured, three-dimensional tile that emulates the look of crinkled paper; “Serene” is rectangular field tile with subtle texture; “Tent” is a rectangular, three-dimensional tile that has a linear raised center, and “Zen Garden” is a textured tile that emulates the calming essence of meditative gardens.
Soft pastels, nuanced textures and unique shapes are the hallmarks of this light-inspired glass mosaic collection
(Coverings’17, Orlando, FL, April 4-7, 2017) Light plays on softly textured glass like sun shimmering on rippling water. Luce, a new collection of contemporary handmade glass mosaics by Lunada Bay Tile, uses light reflection and refraction to create shifts in color and illumination. The collection of diaphanous, semi-opaque mosaics, in four unique patterns, absorbs and reflects nuances of color to create a stunning visual effect in a variety of spaces.
Featuring layers of colors and a glossy finish, the high-fired ceramic tile is modernized for today’s interiors
(Coverings’17, Orlando, FL, April 4-7, 2017) Lauded for its intricate detail and lustrous finish, the centuries-old technique of Japanese lacquerware takes new form in Lunada Bay Tile’s Lacquer collection. Making a unique statement everywhere from the powder room and master bath to the kitchen and entryway, Lunada Bay Tile’s Lacquer mosaics are sure to be on the specification list of interior designers and homeowners looking to create distinctive interiors.
Lunada Bay Tile’s newest pattern for the Mizumi collection combines single colors in varying finishes to create dimensionality and interest
(Harbor City, CA, November 17, 2016) Interior designers often recommend a monochromatic color palette in mixed finishes to create texture and interest within a design scheme. When done well, the tone-on-tone look engages the senses and opens the door to creative interior decorating through furnishings, art and decorative accents. Lunada Bay Tile gives a nod to this design approach with Mizumi Gendai, a pattern added to the Mizumi glass mosaic collection. Mizumi Gendai tiles deftly combine two finishes in a single color, establishing a perfect backdrop for layering a rich range of materials and seasonal accessories.