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Textile [ˈtek-ˌstīl]
origin: Latin

1. any cloth or goods produced by weaving, knitting, or felting.

Inspired by some of the most remarkable vintage textile patterns and weaving techniques from around the world, Textile by Lunada Bay Tile creates imaginative, sustainable and glimmering glass mosaic tile surfaces for commercial and residential applications in three patterns – Bargello, Imberline, and Normandie Deco.

Bargello – The name "Bargello" originates from a pair of 17th century chairs discovered in the Bargello palace in Florence, which incorporated the flame stitch pattern into the chair upholstery.

Imberline – While Imberline is traditionally used in upholstery and drapery, we recreated the pattern in lustrous glass tile that is perfect for walls and backsplashes where a dramatic stripe can make a visual impact.

Normandie Deco – Lunada Bay Tile takes a cue from the opulent Art Deco furnishings found in the famous 1930s French luxury ocean liner.

Glass Maintenance

Note on handcrafted material: Our hand-made process incorporates creases, wrinkles, waves, bubbles and other surface effects indicative of hand-made glass, all designed to capture light and enhance the final beauty of the project. Variation in color, shade, surface texture, size and minor edge irregularities (including occasional chipped sides/edges) are natural characteristics of all our products and should be expected. Samples and photos provided are representative, but may not indicate all variations of these characteristics.

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Bargello Imberline Normandie Deco
Textile Gallery Agate
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