Lunada Bay Tile has added a new pattern to its Agate glass tile collection. The tiles aim to create the effect of sunlight shimmering on water and express visual rhythms. Taiko, named after the ancient art of Japanese drumming, comes in 10 shades and three finishes (Pearl, Silk, and Ribbed). Using a handmade manufacturing process, the tiles contain up to 70 percent post-consumer recycled glass, measure 1¼ by 5 inches, and are durable and easy to maintain.
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