Lunada Bay Tile, Tommy Bahama Collaborate on Mosaic Collection
Inspired by the most exotic and untouched destinations in the world, Tommy Bahama by Lunada Bay Tile will feature 10 unique color blends in six patterns: 1 x 1 offset, 1 x 2 brick, 1 x 4 brick, ½ x 4 brick, ½ x 4 zig & zag and vineyard, which is made up of ½ x ½ and 1″ x 2″ tile sizes. The glass mosaics come in sheets measuring approximately 12″ x 12″ each.
“Partnering with a prestigious and internationally recognized lifestyle brand like Tommy Bahama is a natural fit for Lunada Bay Tile,” says Feras Irikat, director of design and marketing for Lunada Bay Tile. “There is an organic synergy between our brands. Tommy Bahama believes life should be one long weekend, and the brand aspires to offer guests a lifestyle filled with adventure, spontaneity, beauty and relaxation – all in a classically casual, yet sophisticated style. Likewise, Lunada Bay Tile is inspired by coastal Southern California lifestyle, our customers, who enjoy living well, a regard for quiet elegance, and the singular nature of objects that capture our attention.”
The mosaics that make up Tommy Bahama by Lunada Bay Tile echo the natural palettes found in some of the world’s most far-flung and striking destinations. The collection, suitable for residential and commercial applications, consists of 10 blends:
Nowhere in the world will you find the whiter-than-white, powder-soft sand that you will discover on the coral islands of the Republic of Maldives. Whether arriving by private yacht or by seaplane, spacious villas perch above aquamarine waters. But it is the perfect beaches that lure travelers from the soft comforts into nature. The tile blend of soft whites awakens a sense of spirituality and contemplation.
Australia’s last untouched paradise lies in the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, kissed by the sun and caressed by fragrant trade winds. Only two of the 27 islands are inhabited, the rest await exploration. Whisper-soft blues and a hint of gray-green make up this lustrous blend.
Welcome to Australia’s Kangaroo Island where landscapes invite you to stop and gaze. The island may be wild by nature, but anticipate a friendly welcome—sea lions greet visitors on pristine white beaches, koalas doze in lofty eucalyptus, and pelicans glide over shimmering waterways. The soaring cliffs, dense forests, golden sand dunes and lush wetlands of the island are discernible in these mosaics.
Imagine a place where nature is at its most vivid, where turquoise and cobalt blue waters shimmer under the light of the morning sun. The ultimate underwater expedition puts visitors face-to-face with marine life as diverse as the Amazon, while rare birds offer lofty theater. This blend draws out the lush blues and greens of these rain-forest-clad islands, fostering a natural Eden.
Rugged and rewarding, Thailand’s Surin Islands are an undiscovered, remote escape that draw divers and snorkelers to explore coral reefs and sea creatures. The national park—an archipelago of five islands—is only accessible by boat. The tile’s color palette is reminiscent of Surin’s pristine beaches, clear bays and lush jungles.
For more than a thousand years, people have made their home in the soft rock of Cappadocia, Turkey. Erosion may have shaped the incredible landscape, but humans took a cue from Mother Nature and carved complex tunnels into the rock. The natural-hued blend emulates the dry and rocky plateau of this World Heritage Site.
Located in Turkey, this natural wonder is comprised of terraces and travertine formed by streams and hot springs. The waters are believed to have curative powers and have been used as a thermal bath for centuries. The Pamukkale mosaics reflect colors of gray stone and icy blue waters.
Situated among three other islands in the Arabian Sea, Socotra is the largest and the most unusual. One third of the flora found here is native to the island and not found anywhere else in the world. The Socotra blend enchants with elegant brown-gray hues and greens.
A desert oasis awaits you in Chile’s Atacama Desert. Untouched by modern man, this arid climate offers one-of-a-kind views of nighttime skies, where the stars overhead are the main attraction. The desert’s rocky landscape is recreated in tile, showcasing coffee brown, pearlescent whites and blue-grays.
A remote island in the Philippine Sea, Aogashima is an active volcano island accessible only by boat or helicopter. Home to 200 residents and occasional adventurers, the island is a serene getaway with a sense of danger. The striking glass blend takes inspiration from sea blues, cool winds and dark volcanic rock.
To learn more about Lunada Bay Tile and view the entire product line, visit www.lunadabaytile.com, or call 310-257-1300.