Euro Cotto  (EOCO)

Euro uses modern technology to achieve the quintessentially classic terra-cotta look in glazed porcelain. Its slightly undulated surface with the marks of traditional hand-made terracotta adds to the series’ authenticity. Cotto features two finishes, Natural and Grip, allowing a fluid transition from interior to exterior spaces.

FAP Firenze (FPFE)

The Firenze series channels the traditional beauty and sophistication of the city of Florence in Tuscany. With its warm palette and rich shading, this full-body porcelain stoneware with inkjet application is an option that will add charm to any space.

Mosaix Maison  (MXMN)

This Italian porcelain mosaic tile - terra cotta with blue & white detailing - is based on old hand-painted Italian cotto designs. It is screen-printed by hand so that each piece has its own unique character. Each mesh-mounted approximate square-foot sheet, with four rows of four 3x3 tile squares, can be used as individual accent pieces, cut into strips or used in its entirety to create both wall and floor features or decorative accents.

Rondine Bristol (REBL)

The Bristol series features two important parts - a 2 3/8 x 10 Brick and a Paver in two sizes, 13 x 13 and 6 1/2 x 13. The realism and depth that Rondine has achieved in this 5 color inkjet glazed porcelain line is remarkable. The Brick is a faithful copy of brick in terms of color, shading and surface texture. In all sizes it is important to mix tiles within each carton and to blend from several cartons during installation to get a proper balance of variation.

Sant'Agostino Terre Nuove  (SOTN)

Terre Nuove draws inspiration from the centuries-old technique of handmade cotto. Designed for floors and wall coverings, Terre Nuove creates a new, modern aesthetic vision of classic “cotto.” With multiple sizes and rich variation, there are unlimited design options.

Tagina Apogeo (TAAO)

“Apogeo,” Italian for “apogee,” means the highest point of an object’s orbit. It is the perfect name for Tagina’s new line. Tile trends are cyclical, and the current trend of “return to rustic” is a natural fit for Tagina. They simply looked to their history and the products that made them famous; then using the latest technology and a contemporary sensibility, they created this new line which represents the pinnacle of their considerable capabilities. Rich colors, wide variation, and slightly chiseled edges are all characteristics of Apogeo.