Ceramic tile takes its cue from artist-inspired hues

Like miniature works of art, ceramic tiles in the Watercolors collection from Lunada Bay are said to express a handcrafted, artisanal aesthetic that shines in contemporary, country and coastal environments.

From rich to delicate, earthy to aquatic, the shaded hues pay homage to the palettes of five famous painters, the company says.

The multi-tint Green Mix is named for the Georgia O’Keefe, the Light Grey for J.M.W. Turner, the Dark Grey for John Singer Sargent, the White for James McNeill Whistler, and the Cream for Albrecht Durer.

The tiles are suitable for residential or commercial walls, including backsplashes, fireplace surrounds and shower enclosures, in addition to light-traffic flooring.

Designed for creative placement, the collection’s mix-and-match individual tiles feature three formats. Rectangles and elongated hexagons each measure 3½ x 9½ in.; liners are 1 x 9½ in.

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