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As Seen In: Utopia

Utopia Kitchen + Bath, based in the UK, included multiple patterns from two of our collections in their September issue. The first collection featured is KIDDO by New Ravenna creative director, Cean Irminger, which can be seen in the Kitchens and Bathroom section of the magazine. Utopia features the What’s in the Box and the Wild Ones mosaic. With jungle animals and whimsical creatures peeking through and around the many shades and shapes of jewel glass, these are the ultimate playful touch to a child’s space! It’s no wonder that this feature is called “Feeling Playful.”

Wild ones, a jewel glass mosaic in Peridot, Olivine, Obsidian, Tortoise Shell, Amber, Citrine, Sardonyx, and Absolute White.

Utopia goes on to include four more New Ravenna mosaics in their cover story, “Moroccan Delights: Exotic Bathroom Style.” When creating a piece on Moroccan-inspired interior design, there is not better place to turn than our Miraflores Collection from Paul Schatz! The inspiration for the bold and colorful Miraflores Collection was Schatz’s travels throughout Spain, Portugal and Mexico, and his passion for Morocco and Islamic geometric art. Miraflores, which means “to watch flowers” in Spanish, has a storied legacy of palaces, monasteries and neighborhoods in South America. The patterns included are Castilla, Alcala, Alcazar and Jaen – all of which are created from natural stone and can be installed on walls and floors, indoors and out.

As always, the mosaics we create at New Ravenna are completely customizable and can be made to order in any color and size and in most materials. The choice is yours! To find the New Ravenna showroom nearest you, click here.

As Seen In: Architectural Digest Germany

Architectural Digest is a household name to any and all interior design lovers out there. It transcends nationalities and is one of the leading experts on architecture, design, interiors, travel and more. This month, the New Ravenna name reached all the way to Germany as we were picked up in Architectural Digest Germany’s September issue about “the art of nonchalance” in places like Palermo, Paris and Copenhagen!

This special bath supplement from AD Germany claims that monotone tile is a thing of the past; tiles are now showing depth, movement and a penchant for color. And, what better example of modern, colorful tile than our “Subway!” mosaic from the KIDDO: Wunderkammer Edition Collection by New Ravenna creative director, Cean Irminger?


Subway! is a waterjet jewel glass mosaic shown in the above article in Absolute White, Obsidian,Garnet, Verdite, Sardonyx, and Chrysocolla. This playful, whimsical pattern is the perfect touch for a child’s bathroom or playroom. See more Subway! here.

Subway!, like the majority of New Ravenna products, can be fully customized with the client’s material preferences to fit the scope of any commercial or residential project and is available at New Ravenna showrooms throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Russia, and Dubai.

As Seen In: South Africa’s House & Garden

House & Garden, South Africa’s finest decor magazine, dives into everything from design and decor to recipes and DIY, and this September, they’re revving up their outdoor issue with inspiration for great family places and tips on how to create them. Lucky for us, New Ravenna was featured three different times in this issue!

First, we see a deconstructed version of Kiawah Kente, a mosaic from the J. Banks Design x New Ravenna collection. As you can see here, Kiawah Kente is typically shown in two colors (Allure and Calacatta) with a Zinc liner for that pop of shine. However, House & Garden featured Kiawah Kente without the blue of the Allure, so it’s just a white, scored stone piece – which we think is a really cool take on this mosaic! The most unique thing about this pattern? It’s left ungrouted so that the scored lines give way to tons of texture.

In the Shopping section, House & Garden shares Bonnie, a classic pattern from the Plaids and Ginghams Collection. Bonnie is often made in jewel glass (though stone is, of course an option!), which can have a variety of tones to it. For that reason, Bonnie, though a simple checked pattern, gets a bold pop of undulating color throughout. See all the different colors of Bonnie here.

Finally, House & Garden includes our classic yet bold Lancaster mosaic, a black and white geometrical beauty that would look stunning in a foyer or grand entryway. We love that they paired this photo with the bright yellow lamp that adds a pop of daring color to the black and white palette. We can totally see these two together in a fun office or study!

The three patterns above can be fully customized with the client’s material preferences to fit the scope of any commercial or residential project. They’re all available at New Ravenna showrooms throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Russia, and Dubai.

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