Our Antico Thin Brick Terracotta collection is ideal for those in search of a rustic, earthy look for their home or commercial property. Available in rich hues of brown and red, these thin tiles invoke the warmth of nature.The word "terracotta" originates from the Latin word meaning "baked earth." It has a long and varied history throughout the world. From ancient China to the Italian Renaissance, many great artists and architects chose to create their sublime creations out of terracotta.The Antico Thin Brick Terracotta collection is ideal for wall coverings. Its selection of thin bricks creates the perfect rustic layout.
Forte Brick Studio
With the Forte Brick Terracotta Collection, we've created a new iteration of the authentic, substantial, original form of baked earth known as terracotta. This collection is simultaneously sophisticated yet grounded. It combines the sleek and the tactile, the cool and the casual, the urban and the agrarian.We've perfectly tempered these tiles to form dynamic mottled colorations close to nature. Our Staccato tiles offer a more textured finish. These tiles have an almost imperceptibly undulating flat surface that's just right for classic, country or contemporary interiors.In a just-right proportion of 2 1/4"x7 7/8"x3/8", these terra cotta tiles gleam with a high-gloss glaze. The Forte Brick Collection is suitable for residential and commercial horizontal and vertical applications.
New Chelsea Brick
Today, Chelsea is characterized as one of the most eclectic and stylish neighborhoods in New York City.Past and present, its renaissance has been distinguished by incredible Architecture, famous resident Artists, along with notable Restaurants and Gallery’s that are unabashedly individualistic. Our New Chelsea Glazed Brick Collection is a denizen of this space also. Brick as building material has been used, through out history, to create walls, paving and other aspects of masonry. Typically, the word brick referred to a unit composed of clay.However, today it may be used anecdotally to indicate rectangular items set in mortar. As such, brick can be composed of clay-bearing soil, sand, and lime, or concrete materials. The diversity of our Chelsea Glazed Brick Collection will appeal to anyone’s innate desire to express themselves personally. Ease take a look at a few complementary collections in terracotta.
Temple Brick Glazed Tile
Inspired by centuries-old Japanese Raku Pottery, our Temple Brick Glazed Tile Collection will add some peaceful simplicity to your life. Thousands of years steeped in tradition determined the zen style of Japan’s architectural and interior culture. Our artisans incorporated western innovation to deliver a gorgeous palette of brick tiles, each one with unique characteristics in glaze and surface variation.This collection contains a variety of ceramic tiles in glossy and matte finishes. The tiles come in both square and rectangular shapes for the ultimate choice. A selection of rich hues and classic neutrals are sure to suit any interior design scheme.Throughout history, architects and builders utilised brick as a building material to create walls, pavings, and other aspects of masonry. Historically, the word brick referred to a unit composed of clay. However, today we use it anecdotally to indicate rectangular items set in mortar. As such, brick consists of clay-bearing soil, sand, and lime, or concrete materials.We designed the Temple Brick Glazed Tile Collection to be used in interior residential or commercial applications. It's a custom order item.Please download Brick Blends PDF.