A Terracotta Trend

July 2015

The earthy tones of terracotta may be a current trend and everywhere this summer but terracotta will always be around to enhance classic timeless interiors.

Made from a type of clay, and typically dark orange in colour, terracotta products are great for introducing a rustic feel to your home. The warm colour is perfect for brightening up dull, grey spaces.

We love a terracotta tile especially these  Antique Terracotta Bricks from Ca'Pietra

terracotta bricks from burlanes

 

These 19th century Lubelska bricks, named after the region of Poland where they were originally fired, have been reclaimed and carefully cut in half. The ‘new’ paviors make flooring full of character and rustic authenticity. And having survived some 200 years already, they will give you many more years of pleasure and value. The earthy clay colours range from straw through to pale red and are perfect for kitchens and utility rooms where they will conceal plenty of day-to-day dust and dirt, and clean up easily and beautifully.

and these beautiful reclaimed Antique Terracotta Tiles

reclaimed terracotta tiles from burlanes

These reclaimed terracotta tiles and bricks are sourced from all over Europe. They are at least 100 years old and just get better with age. Each batch varies in size and tone so your finished floor will be full of unique character and rustic authenticity.

Burlanes are one of the only suppliers of Ca’Pietra tiles in the Kent area and we deliver anywhere. Whether you're looking to incorporate tiles into your kitchen or bathroom design or planning a major refurbishment with stone throughout, you’ll find something in the Ca’ Pietra collection – there are stones, porcelains, tiles and mosaics at great prices with all the technical support you need. You can see examples of these beautiful tiles in our Sevenoaks showroom.

Read more about the Ca'Pietra tile range here

We have also created a Terracotta Pinterest board to inspire your interiors 

 

 

The Burlanes Blogger

Leave A Comment


Your Details

Your Comment