Architectural Digest knows no boundaries! Architectural Digest Russia did a bath story earlier this summer and featured three different mosaics from three different New Ravenna collections! We love that they were all over the map with the mosaics that they used, as the patterns, colors, textures and materials cater to a wide variety of fans.

First up is Living Wall, a waterjet mosaic shown below in varying shades of green Serenity glass. It is part of New Ravenna’s Broad Street Collection, a collection of nine glass mosaics inspired by nature – lush greens, interlacing patterns of snakeskin, light reflecting on a pool of water, gentle gradations of a misty morning, etc. Broad Street (an homage to the street on which New Ravenna is located) is a collaboration by New Ravenna’s own creative team and artists/designers from around the country. See more Living Wall here.

Living Wall, a waterjet mosaic shown in shades of green Serenity glass by New Ravenna.

Next is Astronomy, another waterjet mosaic shown below in Venetian honed Nero Marquina for that soft, pillowed look and Brass for those pops of shimmer that mimic the night sky. Astronomy is one of six mosaics in the Trove Collection from New Ravenna. Inspired by the layered colors, patterns, shapes, and illusions of texture found in the clear night sky, the mosaics portray stars illuminated against the matte edges of darkness and abstract patterns accentuated by gleaming metallics. See Astronomy in both white and black here. Which one sends you over the moon?

Astronomy, a waterjet stone mosaic, shown in Venetian honed Nero Marquina and Brass by New Ravenna.

The last mosaic featured in this piece by Architectural Digest Russia and arguably the most fun, is What’s In the Box, a glass mosaic shown below in Labradorite, Pearl, Absolute White, Sardonyx, Citrine, Peridot, and Peacock Topaz. This pattern is perfect for a nursery, playroom, or child’s bathroom and is from Cean Irminger’s first KIDDO Collection. Irminger, New Ravenna’s creative director, released seven designs in her first stab at KIDDO. More recently, she followed up with KIDDO: Wunderkammer Edition. The whimsical designs found in both KIDDO editions explore the essence of childhood and are all made by hand from a myriad of elements, including stone, brass, aluminum, shell, 24k gold, antiqued mirror, and jewel glass.

What’s In the Box, a waterjet mosaic shown in Labradorite, Pearl, Absolute White, Sardonyx, Citrine, Peridot, and Peacock Topaz jewel glass by Cean Irminger for New Ravenna.

The mosaics you see above and all other New Ravenna products are available at our showrooms throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Russia, and Dubai. Find the one closest to you here.