Pressed Terracotta is the new neutral, with low color variation and an irresistibly smooth satin finish. Two color options, Red and Brown are your new go-to neutrals, seamlessly blending warm tones with minimal variation in color and texture.
V2 SLIGHT VARIATION: Slight differences in shade from piece to piece and batch to batch.
It is normal and expected to find natural indentations, bumps, scuffs, and variations on the surface. Minor chips may be present on the surface, edges, or back of the tile. Irregular marks may be present. These variations are common characteristics of authentic, handmade terracotta tile.
SATIN: Satin Sealed tiles have a semi-gloss finish and are protected against staining and moisture with 3 layers of acrylic sealer; 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:
Mapei Saltillo Grout
For a more modern, sleeker look:
Grout joint spacing for Pressed Terracotta 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.
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