Terra Tones

Mosa

Seamless overlap of colour tones
Terra Tones consists of eight basic tiles in the colours of cool porcelain white, mid warm grey, dark grey brown, light beige, grey green, mid grey, anthracite, and cool black. Each basic tile forms a lively set with a lighter and darker variant, which leads to a subt

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Specifications

General

Product Name
Terra Tones
Manufacturer
Mosa
Manufactured
Netherlands

Product Type

Tiles
Ceramic wall tiles
Tile flooring
Ceramic floor tiles

Product Specs

Material
Ceramic, Ceramic
Finishes
Matte
Configuration
Tile
Appearance
Tile look

Seamless overlap of colour tones
Terra Tones consists of eight basic tiles in the colours of cool porcelain white, mid warm grey, dark grey brown, light beige, grey green, mid grey, anthracite, and cool black. Each basic tile forms a lively set with a lighter and darker variant, which leads to a subtle difference in shading between the tiles. The combination of tiles brings walls and floors to life.

 

Lively appearance

The tiles in the Terra Tones series have a subtle, smooth, powdery finish and a vibrant look. This natural vibrancy can be enhanced by combining different formats. In order to optimize the Terra Tones effect for large surface areas, the contrast between the colour tones for the 60 x 120 centimetre format has been increased. The tiles in the Terra Tones series are suitable for indoor and outdoor use on walls, floors, façades, and terraces.

 

Mosa Terra

This durable, pure ceramic classic – known for its matt, powdery finish and flamed design – is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. A timeless basic tile with unparalleled and vivacious colour gradations; no two tiles from the series look exactly alike. Terra is formed by Terra Maestricht, Terra Greys, Terra Beige & Brown, and Terra Tones. The diversity in hues and designs gives each sub-series its own look and feel. Thanks to the different formats, there is always a tile that can inspire you to create walls and floors with a completely individual signature.

 

Ceramic surfaces
Terra Tones is a set of three tiles in a single colour group. Each set comprises a light tone (X), a mid tone (Y) and a dark tone (Z), supplied in equal quantities. Mixing the tones creates amazing ceramic surfaces. Terra Tones is rectified and extremely dimensionally stable, enabling narrow joints. To provide inspiration, the Mosa Design Team has produced various tile patterns that show off the Terra Tones effect at its best.

 

Unique patterns
The different hues and sizes make Mosa tiles perfect for creating interesting tile patterns, whether your design is complex or simple, geometric and rhythmic, or demure or bold. The interplay of lines between tile and joint creates interesting surfaces. Mosa provides you with the tools to do this entirely as you wish. Designing tile patterns is easy with the Pattern Generator.

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