Reclaimed Terracotta Collection | Country Floors

Reclaimed Terracotta Collection

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.

Design can be used at:
* Usage recommendation must be confirmed by your installer and depends on application, installation methods and general suitability. Country Floors assumes no liability from any installation and usage recommendations.

Reclaimed Natural Parquet Terracotta Tile

$24.64 / sq. ft.
Stock:1,672.00 sq. ft.

Reclaimed Natural Rectangle Terracotta Tile

$24.64 / sq. ft.
Stock:1,084.00 sq. ft.

Reclaimed Natural Hexagon Terracotta Tile

$29.14 / sq. ft.
Stock:469.00 sq. ft.

Reclaimed Natural Square Terracotta Tile

$24.64 / sq. ft.
Stock:182.00 sq. ft.


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.