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
MATTE: Matte sealer offers a protection from water absorption. Exposure to heavy moisture and/or foot traffic may lead to discoloration, darkening, and staining over time.
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.*