Traditional limewash (per box of 20 pcs)
Traditional limewash (per box of 20 pcs)
Traditional limewash (per box of 20 pcs)
Traditional limewash (per box of 20 pcs)

Traditional limewash (per box of 20 pcs)


Sold in full box. 20 pcs/box. How much do I need?

The area you need to cover:
Select wastage %: industry standard suggests adding at least 15% overage due to tile cuts, potential breakage, or future repairs.


total M² total square feet + recommended overage* required for completion of installation (unless 15% overage declined*)


total pcs 5.995 pieces per sq.ft. calculated with clé's recommended grout joint


boxes needed 30 pieces per box. all tiles sold by the full box.




Colour and shape variations

C1 S3 (what is this?)

About this range

Our signature Traditional Limewashed brick facings offer a distinct off-white finish. Limewash is made from powdered limestone that has been treated with heat and water to change its chemical composition, resulting in a stable product that provides a durable coating when applied to porous brick. Whitewashed brick exteriors are so pretty and have a charming Old World feel.

This range exhibits a heavily limewashed look with 100% coverage of the brick base. We also have half wash look where the brick base colour is shown. See Sleek Halfwash, and Cayman Halfwash.

Nominal sizes

Brick singles:

232mm(L) x 78mm(H) x 12mm thick

*20 pieces per box, which covers 0.42sqm (based on a traditional 10mm mortar grout)

 **For all custom layout, please contact us directly before ordering.

Suitable usage

Walls, splashbacks (use sealant if appropriate), fireplace surround, exterior wall, hospitality, commercial.


For wet applications, specific waterproofing precautions need to taken such as using a waterproof membrane under the tile and use of a penetrating sealer. Not recommended for areas in constant water contact such as shower walls or a pool.

Limewash calcifies to the brick, and the product will patina or age over time. Areas like chimneys and exposed walls will wear down more quickly, but areas under cover, such as soffits etc. remain as you painted them for many years. Limewash recoating may be required for high traffic areas to renew the look.