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Cotto Med Terracotta Tile Collection

Cotto Med Terracotta Tile

Our Cotto Med Terracotta Tile Collection of artisan terracotta tiles have an antiqued appearance offering the look and allure of centuries old Terracotta.Available in 5 “stocked” patterns, these tiles are richly textured and boast a wonderful variation in hue ranging from henna, ochre to peach. Terracotta, can be very easily defined as “baked earth”, and has a history dating back centuries, as previously noted.The typical uses over time have included tiles, mosaics, potteries of all types, roof tiles, drainage pipes and more. The body is usually relatively porous and may have been literally baked in the sun or fired in a kiln. These handmade tiles are truly an artisan creation in which no two pieces are exactly alike. Suitable for interior wall and floor use. Our Cotto Med Collection is the perfect adornment for you kitchen, bath, wine cellar or grand entry way.This terracotta material is a Marble Systems product offering.*This collection has high degree of color, size and texture variation. Cotto Med Terracotta Tile
Cotto Rio Terracotta Collection

Cotto Rio Terracotta

Cotto Rio Terracotta
Fiesole Terracotta Tile Collection

Fiesole Terracotta Tile

The Fiesole Terracotta Tile Collection includes reclaimed terra cotta that is cut by hand.Then split for added texture and surface variation and combined with hand-painted tiles, marble, slate and semi-precious stones. A tribute to 12th and 13th century technique, these unique compositions embody both traditional and innovative design.Terracotta, can be very easily defined as “baked earth”, and has a history dating back centuries, as previously noted. The typical uses over time have included tiles, mosaics, potteries of all types, roof tiles, drainage pipes and more. The body is usually relatively porous and may have been literally baked in the sun or fired in a kiln. Fiesole Terracotta Tile
Mgm Terracotta Collection

Mgm Terracotta

For thousands of years since early civilizations terra cotta tiles have been used for floor and wall coverings.Coming straight from earth translated from Italian as “baked earth” , our terracotta collections add natural vibes and organic textures to your residential and commercial spaces. Mgm Terracotta
Ondulato Rosso Collection

Ondulato Rosso

Gaze into the swirling caramel depths of the Ondulato Rosso Terracotta Tile Collection.With its striking fusion of white and earthy tones, this matte terracotta tile has a distinct design that blends the modern and the traditional.Right at home in a Spanish veranda, it recalls warm Mediterranean nights filled with wine and conversation. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the sun with this summery terracotta tile collection.The Ondulato Rosso Terracotta Tile Collection is suitable for interior and exterior wall and flooring applications, including kitchen backsplashes and shower walls. Ondulato Rosso
Pedralbes Terracotta Tile Collection

Pedralbes Terracotta Tile

Country Floors is proud to make available to the discerning design market our Pedralbes Terracotta Tile Collection.This wonderful material is inspired by the beautiful terra cotta floors that are a part of the Monastery at Pedralbes, a 14th century landmark in Barcelona. Each tile is made according to centuries old traditional methods with carefully selected clays to ensure an incredibly reliable, high quality terra cotta.Choose between a supple pre-waxed finish or rustic matte finish. Available in two standard colors and 10 special colors with countless size and pattern options. There comes a time in the design process where the project shouts out for the unique. Classic old world terracotta, such as the Pedralbes Collection, will quiet things down with sheer elegance and beauty. Pedralbes Terracotta Tile
Reclaimed Terracotta Collection

Reclaimed Terracotta

This new collection, features antique Reclaimed Terracotta Tile flooring dating back from 100 to 200 years ago during the Austro-Hungarian Empire.Salvaged from farmhouses and historical buildings, these tiles have been  hand recovered, hand cleaned and hand finished one tile at a time making each tile truly unique.Terracotta, can be very easily defined as “baked earth”, and has a history dating back centuries, as previously noted. The typical uses over time have included tiles, mosaics, potteries of all types, roof tiles, drainage pipes and more. The body is usually relatively porous and may have been literally baked in the sun or fired in a kiln.The Reclaimed Terracotta Tile collection, ranges from incredible reds, pink to peaches and ochre and are available in the most popular shapes (rectangular, hexagon, parquet and square). Reclaimed Terracotta is suitable for exterior or interior use and perfect for bathrooms, kitchens to wine cellars and even be used for heated flooring options.This reclaimed material is a Marble Systems product offering.*This collection has high degree of color, size and texture variation. Reclaimed Terracotta
Terra Branca Terracotta Collection

Terra Branca Terracotta

Terra Branca, a white-glazed terra cotta tile collection, embraces the power of white as a design element.The sheer force of will to keep an interior simple while embracing and even celebrating its nuance, such is the elegant discipline of Terra Branca.Letting the texture alone be a foil for the light and shadow in a space, such is the beauty of Terra Branca. These 4" square white tiles are suitable for vertical applications in residential and commercial interiors. Terra Branca Terracotta
Tuscan Terracotta Collection

Tuscan Terracotta

The Tuscan Terracotta Collection embodies the natural landscapes of the countryside of Italy with its olive groves and vineyards. This beautiful terracotta collection, features 6 rustic patterns all carefully textured to bring a piece of history to your home.This collection can be used for residential and commercial floor applications. Tuscan Terracotta can also be installed outdoors in a frost and non-frost climate.​ Tuscan Terracotta

About Terracotta Tiles

Terracotta, and terracotta tiles, have long been a viable material for a myriad of building purposes. An easy translation of terracotta is “baked earth,” which give us a great spot from which to start a conversation. At the most basic level, refined clay and water are combined, then formed or molded into the desired shape. The shape created is dried and fired in a kiln or elementary oven. This basic process can yield pots, full statues, figurines, gourds, pipes, and our specific interest, terracotta tiles.
Country Floors Terracotta Tiles
Since 1964, Country Floors and terracotta tiles have been nearly synonymous. The founder of Country Floors was a professional photographer named Norman Karlson. In the early days of the brand, terracotta tiles were featured prominently. Then, and now, a clever design team can use terracotta flooring as a neutral design element that works with bright and bold color combinations, various metals, and woods of all types.
Check out a few of our collections:The Pedralbes Fiesole, and Cotto Med tile collections all bring warm European visuals to any space, while the Reclaimed Collection is the essence of authenticity.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Terracotta can be translated, in a somewhat literal sense, as baked earth. It is typically produced, in its most basic version, by first combining clay and water. The mixture is then formed into the desired object/shape, and sun-dried or kiln-fired. The desired form or shape is arrived at by hand molding, machine pressing, extruding, or shaping in some other manner. The results might yield floor tile, pottery, roof tile, pipes, and more, in this case terracotta tile.

Terracotta can be translated, in a somewhat literal sense, as baked earth. It is typically produced, in its most basic version, by first combining clay and water. The mixture is then formed into the desired object/shape, and sun-dried or kiln-fired. The desired form or shape is arrived at by hand molding, machine pressing, extruding, or shaping in some other manner. The results might yield floor tile, pottery, roof tile, pipes, and more, in this case terracotta tile.