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Lunada Bay Glass Tile

Lunada Bay Handcrafted Glass Tile

Glass reflects light like sunlight shimmering on water. Handcrafted, our glass tiles give any surface a stylish rebirth. Glass tiles offer a combination of possibilities for contemporary and traditional spaces. The design options are limited only to ones imagination. View our entire collection of Lunada Bay’s glass tile.

Our hand-made process incorporates creases, wrinkles, waves, bubbles and other surface effects indicative of hand-made glass. All of them are designed to get light and enhance the beauty of the object. They vary in color, shade, texture, size and minor edge irregularities. We provide samples and pictures, but they may not include all variations of these characteristics.

Tile designs should be creative, and that’s the reason why the folks at Lunada Bay make efforts to ensure their tiles stand out above the crowd. In fact, their designers have managed to create some spectacular Lunada Bay tiles, and we are pleased to recommend the following options to our clients:

Lunada Bay Falling Water Slate

Ideal for creating a natural appearance within your bathrooms or kitchens, the tiles should ensure standing out and make a difference. And because the tile is made into various lengths and widths, it’s easy to create a customized pattern to meet your needs.

Lunada Bay Monochromatic

These glass tiles with single color are hand-colored and capture light in a truly amazing way. By combining shades and tones, these tiles blend easily with practically any decor.

Lunada Bay Tozen

Tozen has an exhaustive array of colors and sizes. It is ideal for creating tile backsplashes and accents.

We encourage you to contact us at Westside Tile for more information about the Lunada Bay tiles we carry. We’ll be happy to give you more details so you can decide the best tile design options for your home.

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