Colored Unglazed Porcelain Floor Collection
The Colored Unglazed Porcelain Floor Collection is made up of historically accurate floor tiles from the 1890s to 1950s architectural eras. Each flat edge tile is 5/32″ thick and mesh mounted in one-foot pattern modules. Choose from twenty-one historically accurate colors. The colors are saturated throughout the tile resulting in a durability unaffected by heavy traffic. There is no glaze, or any other coating, applied to these tiles. When wet, they do not get slippery. Unglazed tiles are great for bathrooms, entryways, and kitchens.
Unglazed Porcelain Floor Tiles in Architectural 1890s-1950s Colors
All tiles and patterns are available in all colors of this chart.
Floor Tile Patterns
Hexagon, Penny Round, Rectangle, and Square
Choose from a wide range of mosaic patterns using traditional hexagon, penny round, rectangle, and square shapes mesh mounted in one foot squares. These 1/8" thick, flat edge historic reproduction unglazed porcelain floors maintain the authentic character of period homes by using the same materials the original home owner would have purchased at Sears back in the day. More pattern options are available than shown here and all colors are available for every pattern. Contact us for more information.
Mesh mounted in one foot squares. 1" or 2" tiles
11 5⁄8" x 11 1⁄4"
Mesh mounted in one foot squares. 1" x 2" tiles
Mesh mounted in one foot squares. 3/4" x 3/4" tiles
Penny Round Patterns
Mesh mounted in one foot squares. 3/4" tiles
Classic Floor Borders
Modified Doric Key
Extended Doric Key
Ionic Greek Key
Corinthian Greek Key
13 3/4 " x 9 1/2 "
12 1/16 " x 12 1/16 "