Specialising in terracotta, stunning shapes and earthy shades make up the majority of their collections. Their seven tones (Blanco Antiguo, Baraca, Ambar, Pizarra, Rojiza, Salmón, and Paja flameada) each offer the delicious variety of classic terracotta from rich burnt oranges to soft peach, and from silvery greys to warm off white.
Their antique texture has an old-world feel. Natural pits, irregular imperfections, and smooth matt surfaces all combine for a fully authentic look. The tile shapes vary from classic Rectángulo, Hexágono, and Cuadrado, to the more unusual Nudo, Prometheus, and Prisma. For even more unique looks Todobarro’s Neo-Plasticism-inspired Mondrian or their new archway pattern Vélez-Acueducto, designed by Leblume.
A few of the ranges can also be found in vibrant colours that emphasise the irregularities and add a layer of modernism to this vintage craft.
A new post by Hanna Simpson, Diary of a Tile Addict, August 2021.