Taking cue from the masters: Watercolors collection by Lunada Bay Tile

Said to be inspired by the masters, the Watercolors collection pays homage to the palettes of five famous painters.

Lunada Bay Tile launched the Watercolors collection of ceramic tiles. Said to be inspired by the masters, the Watercolors collection pays homage to the palettes of five famous painters.

The multi-tint Green Mix is named for Georgia O’Keefe, the Light Grey for J.M.W. Turner, the Dark Grey for John Singer Sargent, the White for James McNeill Whistler, and the Cream for Albrecht Durer.

Designed for creative placement, the collection’s mix-and-match individual tiles are available in three formats. Rectangles and elongated hexagons each measure 3½ x 9½ inches; liners are 1 x 9½ inches.

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