Kitchen, Living Space
The combination of white and blue creates a crisp, clean feeling. It’s a classic for a reason. From ancient Chinese ceramics, to 14th century Portuguese azulejos tile, to 19th century Staffordshire china, the color combination has spanned the test of time - especially in kitchen applications.
The Ice Blue and Satin White colors seen here is from the Shelter Island collection, with its wink of mid-century magic... and it is truly timeless.
Potter, designer, and purveyor of Modern American Glamour, Jonathan Adler brings his signature couture craft to Lunada Bay Tile with a new collection. Think an abundance of craftsmanship, a dash of eclecticism, and a wink of mid-century magic—all reimagined through the lens of traditional hand-sculpted Japanese ceramics.
Inspired by the tones of the land, sea, and air surrounding Jonathan’s iconic home, these quiet, semi-matte hues are harmonious with both minimalist and maximalist spaces. Finished with semi-transparent glazes that accentuate the handcrafted textures and dimension beneath, adding subtle depth to your abode.