Introducing Non Slip Floor Tiles
Fireclay Tile's debut line of Non-Slip Tile pairs industry-approved performance with artisanal quality. Available in all 36 of our matte finish colors plus 2 satin colors—Sunflower and Sorbet—and 40+ sizes, our Non-Slip glazes pass the DCOF test and are suitable for commercial flooring. In the Trade? Contact your Commercial Rep or join our Trade Program for your industry-exclusive color samples.
These true matte glazes were made to withstand the hustle and bustle of daily life. As always, you can expect the same beauty and handcrafted integrity that defines every Fireclay Tile product.
Our Non-Slip Ceramic Tile is suitable for commercial and residential non-slip floor tile, non-slip bathroom floor tile, walls, steam showers, pools, and exteriors (contact us about installation in freezing environments).
Check out design inspiration below to see what you can do with slip-resistant matte floor tile.
Ranging from subtle to saturated, desert colors to dark charcoals, our 36 non-slip glazes stand out on their own, or blend in.
Our Non-Slip glazes are applied to our recycled clay body, which boasts an impressive breaking strength of 393 pounds per foot, making it stronger than your average porcelain and ideal for flooring.
Available in 40+ sizes, these true matte glazes were specifically made to pass the DCOF test for commercial flooring and their beautiful finish makes them easy to specify.
Tile Shown:Mini Star and Cross in Peacock
While our non-slip glazes are ideal for the high traffic of commercial floors, they can absolutely be used underfoot residentially as well, especially if you're in need of some extra grip.
With these 38 colors, the possibilities are endless.
Available in all the right shades, our 23 neutral non-slip matte glazes work well together but also play well with our colorful hues too.
Made for commercial and heavy residential flooring and qualifying for LEED eligibility, these glazes are 100% lead-free and applied to our Recycled Clay Body.
Pro tip: Going for a white tiled floor? We recommend using either a white to light gray grout and make sure to use grout release during installation to protect your tile from staining.
Darker neutrals, like Iron Ore, make for floors that are both visually compelling and won't show the dirt that comes with heavy traffic:
Tile Shown: Hexite in Iron Ore
Make your tile floor even more dynamic by choosing a mix of neutrals and colors.