Costa porcelain tile offers a deep red terra cotta tile flooring with coordinating decorative tiles. These colorful Mediterranean-style dots make a beautiful accent and finishing touch to any Tuscan inspired space.
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Terracotta gets its name from the old Latin word “terra cocta” which was transferred to Italian as “terra cotta”. Its literal meaning is “baked earth” or “cooked earth” which explains what is terracotta tile. It has been used in many parts of the buildings since the dawn of humanity. Especially in Anatolia, terracotta was the number one construction material. It is basically produced by firing clay-containing substances that are readily available in nature under high temperatures.
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