KR2 – Hexagonal Reclaimed Terracotta Tiles

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KR2 – 19 x 150 x 172 mm ….. 50 Pcs / Sqm
(Dimensions may vary slightly, due to stocks available)

Price: £74.17 (£89.00 inc VAT) per Sqm

A Hexagonal Terracotta Tile, the KR2 Tile offers a traditional flooring pattern. Often this Tile when laid amounts to an incredibly striking and geometric flooring surface bringing a real sense of boldness to an interior space.

For those looking to create a focal point within an interior using the flooring, this Terracotta Tile is a perfect choice.


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As with all of our Reclaimed Terracotta flooring, each tile differs slightly in shade. This provides you with a truly authentic and unique finish and quality when laid. The predominant colour that comes through from our Warm Terracotta Floor is a deep, rich opulent Terracotta Red, however, each Tile as can be seen in the images contains darker and lighter tones around this colour.

Our hexagon terracotta tile is perfectly suitable over underfloor heating and for fireplaces. See below images of our KR2 – Reclaimed Light Terracotta Tile.

Further information on our Reclaimed terracotta tiles

When we discovered an abundance of terracotta going into landfill, we realised this could be upcycled into beautiful flooring. We started with the warm terracotta roof tiles in Poland.

We discovered that simple jet-washing would not clean off the years of soot and dirt that had collected on these tiles from coal and wood fires. This led us to sand-blasting the tiles and then cutting them, removing the nib and developing 3 tiles that have become quite synonymous with terracotta flooring. Later we added the Hexagonal as seen above.

A few years later, we were approached by a company in Serbia and discovered that they too were looking to market products similar though not identical to our own. Being of a southern, warmer European climate, they had access to many lighter products than we had been finding in northern Europe.

The same process was adapted to these lighter tiles and thus our product range was expanded.