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.
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.
Lunada Bay Tile’s latest ceramic collection offers an ideal aesthetic for modern-coastal tastes
(Harbor City, CA, April 18, 2016) In response to growing consumer preferences for looks inspired by seaside settings and the ocean itself, Lunada Bay Tile offers Shinju, a ceramic tile collection with colors and textures reflecting those of the deep sea and the creatures within. Shinju, which means “pearl” in Japanese, translates the ridges of mottled oyster shells, the shimmer of the pearls inside, the earthy brine of the sea, and the movement of waves into a modern, elegant tile collection ideal for coastal-themed bathrooms.
A new collection of ceramic tile inspired by the deep and mysterious sea and its oysters
(Harbor City, CA, April 14, 2015) If you want to understand the essence of a place, then go in search of its oysters. The ancient creatures will reveal secrets of the world through their mottled, ruffled shells, sweet-to-briny flavors, and the glimmering pearls that may hide inside.
New product lines introduced under the new name include handcrafted glass, ceramic, and wood tile
(Torrance, CA December 3, 2014) Stone & Pewter Accents, manufacturer of stone and pewter tile, has rebranded as Lunada Bay Tile. The name change, which the Torrance, California based company debuted at Coverings 2014, was driven by a period of exponential growth over the past several years that extended their product line beyond stone and pewter to include handcrafted glass, ceramic, and wood tile. The new brand name, taken from Lunada Bay on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, reflects the company’s design philosophy of artfully blending traditional craftsmanship with modern influences.