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Oceanside Glasstile Introduces New Colors and Pattern

Posted on 28 December 2016 by cradmin

Muse Collection - Repose pattern in Mauna Blend

Muse Collection – Repose pattern in Mauna Blend

The newest colors, blends and pattern in the Oceanside Glasstile product offering represent the serenity of Hawaii’s natural landscape and bring to mind a sense of peace and calm that can transform any space into a little piece of paradise.

“When creating the new colors we wanted to broaden the range of two complimentary spectrums, allowing for softer gradient transitions,” reflects Oceanside Glasstile Designer Cathy Aroz, “The three new colors are the result of playing with hues and shades of popular colors Clear, Bondi, and Truffle.”

Looking at these three new additions together, Oceanside Glasstile’s creative team was reminded of the beauty and depths of a tropical paradise and wanted to pay tribute to the spirit of Hawaii by using Hawaiian names Nalu (wave), Kai (ocean) and Koa (native tree) for the colors and Puna, Kalani and Mauna to describe three new blends created with these colors.

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Each blend is a combination of some of the company’s most popular colors. The company states that these new colors and blends are ideal in applications such as a pool water line, along shower walls, in the kitchen, a powder room, or entry way, to transform any space into a place of serenity and balance.

Complimenting these warm island colors is a new Muse collection pattern: Repose. The pattern is inspired by the minimalistic, nature-oriented designs of architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Henry Greene. Creatively designed for multiple applications, glass tile in a Repose pattern can be used to enhance an entire wall or be applied as a border. Oceanside describes the pattern as being direct and understated, but when combined with creative colors and finishes, it lights up and dances with humble exuberance.

You may also be interested in this article about glass tile backlighting systems.

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Oceanside Glasstile Adds Antique Mirror Colors to Devotion Collection

Posted on 24 August 2016 by cradmin

The Devotion line from Oceanside Glasstile is no stranger to bold color, glittering movement or intricate details. When the question arose to add additional antique mirror options to the color palette, in-house Designer Cathy Aroz enthusiastically responded, “I really love working with the antique mirrors. Each color shines its own personality into the design. Some patterns need just a touch of mirror to bring a little fire to the project while others can go bolder and bigger creating an element of drama that will literally take your breath away.”

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The three new additions Astral, Nocturne and Helios, are set to do just that. Helios explodes with sunbursts and solar flares arcing across a field of bronze. While Astral, reminiscent of the moon’s reflection on the ocean’s surface, takes the cooler side of the color palette with its silver splashes set against ripples of navy blue. Nocturne evokes the majesty of a clear starry night sky. Oceanside offers options like a 6 in. by 12 in. micro-beveled field (available in Astral and Nocturne) or the flexibility of custom design with Devotion’s patterns.

‘She sells, sea shells’ is the summer mantra for the Devotion Collection as a new Scallop pattern is also introduced to the family. “Scallop is a classic pattern which has seen a big resurgence in the design world,” Aroz explains. So it is only fitting that Oceanside Glasstile add this classic shape to its offering but not without its own modern twist. “Our art glass can have so much movement,” Aroz details, “I wanted to keep the lines simple with just a subtle layer to open up the possibility to play with color and depth.” This new pattern is the perfect opportunity to create a beautiful space with bold color selection and placement.

You may also be interested in this article about backlighting for glass tile.

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