Lunada Bay Tile expands Graphite Collection

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GraphiteHarbor City, Calif.—Lunada Bay Tile is refreshing one of its most popular ceramic tile collections, Graphite, with two new shapes and three artistic colors. Graphite is one of the many tile products stocked in Lunada Bay Tile’s 100,000-square-foot facility located here, and is ready to ship immediately.

The collection is inspired by pencil drawings, one of the oldest forms of self-expression, as well as raw ingredients for artistic expression. “Artists throughout the centuries have used charcoal for sketching outlines of their frescos and creating illustrated masterpieces,” said brand manager, Jim Stevens. “This art medium is inspiration for Graphite.”

The Graphite ceramic tile series is being refreshed with three new colors — Klein Blue, Carmine Red and Molten Bronze — all are well known, time honored paint colors. A graceful new pattern, Duet, is a blending of triangular and rectangular shapes is being introduced and a new rectangular field, 4 ¾ inches x 9 ½ inches also is being added.

A handcrafted ceramic series, Graphite offers an expanding variety of options for personal expression. From subtly textured charcoal surfaces to metallic bronze and colorful artistic pigments — the juxtaposition of color, light and shadow evoke emotion, drama and contemplation.

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