MADE exclusively IN Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico.
Terracotta Saltillo tiles are composed of all-natural clay, formed and finished entirely by hand.
V3 MODERATE VARIATION: Notable variations in texture and color within the same batch of tile make for an attractive, handcrafted aesthetic
SHEEN | SEALER
SATIN: Satin sealer offers a comparable level of protection as our gloss seal, making it ideal for high traffic and wet areas.
Satin Sealed tiles are coated with 3 layers of acrylic sealer, providing protection against staining and moisture; however, light scratches from everyday use may occur. For optimal longevity, we recommend sealing Satin Sealed Tiles with Ultra Low VOC Sealant or Miracle Sealant Porous Plus.
First, figure out what style you’re trying to bring to the room.
For a more “traditional” installation:
For a more modern, sleeker look:
Grout joint spacing for Saltillo tile can vary from 1/4” to 3/4”; for tiles 6” and below, narrower joints generally produce a more modern aesthetic, while larger joint widths are suited for larger tile sizes creating a traditional look.
Bullnose | Versatile transition piece that can be used on floors or walls. Featuring a rounded bullnose edge that creates a smooth transition between surfaces.
Coping | Perfect solution for finishing off your stairs. Its smooth, curved design adds a polished look.
Miter Cut | With miter cuts, you can conveniently create 45-degree angles for corners, niches, and edges, or cut down and miter standard pieces to a create custom trim.
Exposed Edge | Embrace the natural elements and leave the edge unfinished
Saltillo tile is renowned for its natural variation in color, sheen, and texture — this contributes to its characteristically unique and authentic charm. Before installation, blend the tiles together and remember: sealing is a critical step when installing Saltillo tile.
Terracotta tile can be installed in a variety of areas. For climates with freezing weather and exterior, wet area installations, proper installation such as specialized waterproofing (water barrier underlayment), a topcoat sealer, and maintenance are required.*