Article Number: 15863
Lunada Bay Tile’s “Just Add Water” Glass Tile Borders Bring an Enticing Splash
(Harbor City, CA, July 11, 2019) Lunada Bay Tile’s new JAW (Just Add Water) collection of glass tile borders is an ideal option for pools, showers, spas, water features, and other areas. The new line takes 10 of the beautiful colors seen in Lunada Bay Tile’s Agate and Luce collections and expands use to an easy-to-use border application.

The tiles combine ocean-inspired shapes and pearlescent colors for a feeling that’s instantly transportive, whether the home is on the coast or far inland.

“There’s nothing as therapeutic and relaxing as the movement of the waves, and JAW (Just Add Water) glass tile borders bring that to life,” says Feras Irikat, director of design and marketing, Lunada Bay Tile. “Now our water-inspired looks are available in a border application ideal for pools, water features, and other places where an easy solution is needed.”

JAW (Just Add Water) tiles come in two shapes: Feather Border, whose form emulates a wing or a wave, depending on the viewing angle, and Zing 1 x 3 Border, with the gentle curve of a rolling wave.

The glass tile borders are paper-face-mounted and are specifically designed for use straight out of the box. To increase border height, full sheets of corresponding field material are also available.

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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