Lunada Bay Tile introduces Sonaré, a hand-cast glass tile offering a meditative exploration of color. The collection captures the look of rising incense, playfully encapsulating wisps of whimsical color within glass. The result is a mysterious, magical look that invites the viewer to fill in the blanks between opacity and translucence.
Sonaré comes in two 3” x 9” formats: Tone features a lightly textured surface that evokes layers of water freezing on a lake. Sonic layers dimensionality and textural relief reminiscent of sound waves or record grooves. The tiles can be used independently or in a beautiful blend of color and/or finish. The larger 3 x 9 formats also offer an ideal complement to many other Lunada Bay Tile collections, allowing for mixing and matching of materials to create stunning surfaces in a mixed-media effect.
“The wisps of color and the liquid-glass feel of Sonaré tiles deliver an enchanting quality that’s both soothing and invigorating,” says Feras Irikat, director of design and marketing, Lunada Bay Tile. “The enticing visual and textural cues transform walls into unique art pieces, offering an eye-catching aesthetic ideal for meditative-yet-modern spaces.”
Sonaré comes in Pearl or Silk finishes in 10 colors: Shooting Star, Aura, Seafoam, Spring Water, Midnight Swim, Moonshadow, Foliage, Herb Garden, Champagne, and Celestial. The tile is suitable for interior walls, backsplashes, and shower walls.
About Lunada Bay Tile
Lunada Bay Tile creates handcrafted glass, ceramic and concrete tile with an emphasis on artistic simplicity, texture, and color. Inspired by the aura of Southern California coastal living, Lunada Bay Tile takes a distinct approach to designing products with a philosophy that blends traditional craftsmanship and modern influences. Our artisans use specialized techniques to create unique effects that capture the imagination and reflect the way people want to live. To learn more about Lunada Bay Tile and view the entire product line visit LunadaBayTile.com or call (310) 257-1300.
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