Give your home a stately, old-world look with tiles made with reds and browns.
Tuscany is well-known for its art, architecture, and breathtaking landscape. How could we compete? Our Tuscan Spanish Barrel Tile draws directly from an existing palette of browns and terracotta to bring your home up to the artistic standards of Tuscany.
Terra Cotta Brown
"Terra Cotta Brown Spanish Barrel Tile brings the tones down for a deeper, richer color that comes from brown clay."
You can’t go wrong with a classic shade of Terra Cotta. Terra Cotta Spanish Barrel Tile speaks for itself, taking notes from a material that has been around for centuries and making no changes - it’s perfect just the way it is.
New Aged Terra Cotta
New Aged Terra Cotta is a twist on a classic material. With a black backdrop and sky red blended throughout, it appears as if a dark desert sunset has planted itself right onto your roof.
Inspired by the craftsmanship of the pottery of ancient Rome and beyond, French Clay Spanish Barrel tile is brighter and more vibrant than Terra Cotta.
Autumn is one of the most beloved times of year and has the most inspiring colors - crisp leaves in many shades of brown, yellow, and gold litter the ground for just a short time before the air turns cold. Autumn Spanish Barrel Tile captures those colors and lets you have them year-round.
"Antigua Spanish Barrel Tile blends brown into french clay, for a deeper shade of a classic color."
Aged Mission Clay Spanish Barrel Tile is inspired by the Mission Revival Style architecture of the 19th century, with deep shades of brown and black carefully incorporated into a beautiful terracotta.
With this combination of lighter browns and charcoal, Natural Cedar speaks for itself, bringing the beauty of nature straight to your home.
Aspen Shake features muted brown-gray tones, channeling the natural environment of the Aspen tree: cool, crisp, and calming.
Like the dark, stormy waters of the open ocean, Atlantic Slate brings in a blend of green, brown, and black that appear in quarries along the coast.
Cottage Slate is the perfect blend to transform your roof into a rustic focal point with a warm, comfortable mix of grays and browns.
From the Roman fort in Segontium to Westminster Hall, Welsh Slate transformed architecture in the 19th century. Recreating the look of Welsh slate is not easy, but we think we’ve nailed it with this blend of charcoal, blue, and green.
Aged Cedar is a coveted material, but takes hundreds of years to grow. Thankfully, we’ve been able to channel the rich, deep shades present in old-growth cedar and make them even more accessible.
Weathered Cedar brings you the sought-after look of cedar that has begun to weather and reveal a new layer beneath, without the negatives of leaving it exposed to the elements.
Spanish Barrel Tile has become a staple of Mediterranean homes, and we have created the perfect color blend to go along with it. With gray marbled into classic terracotta, this tile looks like the sea mixing into the landscape.