Essence of the ocean: Shinju by Lunada Bay Tile

Shinju

Lunada Bay Tile launched a ceramic collection inspired by seaside settings and the ocean itself. Shinju, which means “pearl” in Japanese, can be used alone or in combination with Lunada Bay Tile’s other glass collections.

Patterns include Tide, with a lined texture that reflects the rising and falling of the sea; Hex, with a slightly raised center reminiscent of the crest of a wave; Swell Mosaic, a mosaic of multisized tiles inspired by waves; and Reef, which has a coarse texture similar to its craggy namesake. Smooth tiles also are available. The textures combine with five colors: Kumamoto (white), Kushi (light silver), Moonstone (dark silver), Pacific (chocolate brown/bronze), and Olympia (dark copper).

Lunada Bay Tile creates handcrafted glass, ceramic, pewter, stone and wood tile.

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Shinju

Shinju

Shinju

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