Terrecotte Europe specialize in providing highly qualitative handmade terracotta wall and floor tiling, building materials for renovation and restoration and pottery from a selective number of Italian and Spanish producers, who have a long history of producing outstanding handmade terracotta. Being a natural material, terracotta and its wonderfully charming look creates joyful living and is available in various colours and finishes to suit your taste. We happily invite consumers, architects and designers to enjoy our products in their designs. We are dedicated to contributing to the architectural and designing process by presentation of designs, applications, samples and information on installation and maintenance of our products. All our products meet the required standards.







ANTICO RESTAURO is a line created for use in recovery contexts of life in the past. The unique manufacturing technique, perfected in years of impassioned studies and secret procedures, results in an irregular form and smooth surface that seems to have been sculpted by time. The marks and impressions scattered here and there impart a feeling that the floor underfoot is imbued with a story of its own, just waiting to be discovered. Antico Restauro is the ideal solution for integrating missing portions of antique structures or reconstructing old farm houses, as well as giving that inimitable touch to the interiors of contemporary homes. The irregular aspect and the myriad of color finishings give the surface the charm of the past, respecting the requisite of daily living, ease of maintenance and preservation…that make these floors such a pleasant experience.

Our handcrafted historic floors have a story to tell .

COMPOSIZIONE FIORENTINE Derived from the name Medici, with these beautiful handmade Mediceo floors our producer of Impruneta cotto brings homage to the historic and richly decorated buildings created by Catherine de Medici, offspring from the famous Italian banking family and the Lords of Florence. Patronized by her father in law King Francis, a prodigious patron of the arts who initiated the French Renaissance by attracting many Italian artists to work on the Château de Chambord and starting off the first School of Fontainebleau, in 1559 Catherine became a patron of architecture in her own right. Over the next three decades, she launched a series of costly building projects aimed at enhancing the grandeur of the monarchy (Valois chapel at Saint-Denis, the Tuileries Palace, the Hôtel de la Reine in Paris, the château of Chenonceau). 

PADANIA: Neogotico Lombardo & Variegato Our producer in the area of the Po valley has been realizing handcrafted terracotta products such as bricks, floors, frames, balusters and vases piece by piece, following the traditional rules of dough mixing, moulding and cooking. The Po Valley alluvial lands are present in their quarries with thin overlapping deposits of clays of different quality and origin. In past centuries the dough was made in a coarse way, so that the shades of the various clays were manifested after cooking with the classic hazelnuts of different colours. Following the ancient methods of dough treatment, our producer maintains the characteristics of the historic Padania floors.