Japan’s Natural Beauty Inspires Tile Collection

The Ka-nu ceramic tile collection comprises three architecturally dimensional surfaces.
The Ka-nu collection comprises three architecturally dimensional surfaces.

With thousands of miles of scenic shoreline, tranquil rivers, and canal networks, there are several opportunities to explore Japan’s natural and architectural beauty by canoe or sea kayak. Lunada Bay Tile takes inspiration from the streamlined vessels that traverse these waterways in its tile collection, Ka-nu.

Japanese for canoe, the Ka-nu ceramic tile collection comprises three architecturally dimensional surfaces: Keel, a canoe-shaped tile with a raised center; Plank, a rectangular field tile; and Buoy Mosaic, a round tile with a single dimple.

The selection of 10 hues and six color blends are available in all three patterns to reach your desired destination.

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