By Posted in - Exterior Products & Flooring & Interior Products & Black Pine Resources on April 7th, 2020

The Italian for ‘baked earth’, terracotta continues to be a staple building material around the world. This hard-wearing clay-based ceramic comes in different shades and shapes and can be used for building projects both indoors and outdoors.

Terracotta tiles are versatile and can be manufactured unglazed, painted, slip-glazed, or glazed which offers protection from scratches, stains and moisture.

Created from clay then oven-fired, the result is a durable building material which brings a cosiness and rustic elegance to your design.

The toughness of terracotta is the biggest reason why designers love terracotta floors. Though terracotta is porous in nature, it is important to seal terracotta tiles using a high-quality sealant. Once sealed, these floors can go on for ages without any damage.

Besides looking good, terracotta is not as cold as ceramics and they are softer to walk on.


  • Flooring for both indoors and outdoors
  • Outdoor paving and around pool areas
  • Hearths and fireplace surrounds
  • Outdoor kitchens
  • Cladding
  • Roofing
  • Mudrooms
  • Feature walls

Features & Benefits

  • Doesn’t reflect sunlight
  • Non-toxic and fire resistant
  • Colourfast, will not fade
  • Once sealed will be protected from stains, moisture and become more durable
  • Non-slip
  • Retains heat well
  • Looks great with many interior designs

Terracotta, the natural, warm and rustic design element which will never go out of fashion.


For more information about this product and its uses, visit:



Let Black Pine Architects assist you with incorporating this product into your next project.

Why not Share?

Comments are closed.

View Related Posts...