clé's genuine terracotta tile collection includes glazed and unglazed options, including authentic zellige and handcrafted terracotta from italy. explore our lines and find the perfect terracotta tile for your project.
le sol brings a sophisticated bohemian vibe to clé’s terracotta collection, evoking sunbaked mediterranean terraces and languid afternoons.
a restored form of european terracotta making these tiles makes these tiles perfect for grounding projects with an austerity as striking as an antique belgian surface.
architect's palette is an austere collection of elongated planks of italian terracotta. in four neutral matte colors, the collection is simultaneously rustic and refined in its simplicity.
clé’s eastern elements collection features three unique glazes on the white spectrum: mochi, rice paper and robin’s egg and ranges from a creamier glaze with subtle variations in surface to one with pinkish-blue hues with plenty of variation and iron spots for a character-ful handcrafted look.
fornace brioni + clé
this exclusive collaboration between clé and fornace brioni–third-generation italian terracotta tilemakers–is a collection of rustic italian tiles, both unglazed and glazed. created by hand and crafted from the finest local clays, each tile is unique and offers the best of italian craftsmanship.
fornace brioni + cristina celestino
exclusive to clé in the united states, the fornace brioni + cristina celestino collection is where modern italian design meets italian heritage craftsmanship. third generation terracotta makers fornace brioni and leading architect and designer cristina celestino have created a glazed ceramic collection that marries art and function, enlivened by celestino's signature wit and flair.
fornace brioni + giovanni barbieri
fornace brioni partnered with italian designer giovanni barbieri to create le piastrelle segnate, a sculptural wall tile made of italian terracotta: a thoroughly modern tile with classic roots.
antique terracotta tiles are what they say they are: sourced from european buildings of a certain vintage (100 or so years old). gracious, earthy, and truly timeless, this limited collection of authentic terracotta tile sits as comfortably in modern spaces as they did in their original settings.
a very special collection of limited tile, eastern earthenware is a wood-fired terracotta, inspired by the japanese firing process called raku. the resulting tile is rustic, earthy, and unfiltered, with a wildly varied glaze surface and finish that is more alchemy-meets-art than tile. every batch is unique and can't ever be replicated...