See a selection of our antique floors in their new locations, sent to us by our customers around the world.
A clear vision and quality craftsmanship have created a unique bathroom...
No detail has been spared in the restoration and development of this period bathroom in Illinois, USA and we were delighted to receive photographs
This antique Belgian floor has been laid to impressive effect in the entrance of the villa in Risskov, Denmark, replicating its original lay of a f
The Antique Floor Company supplied this large 42.5m2 / 460 sq ft floral themed antique Belgian ceramic tile with its original same size borders.
Classical in its tessellation and warm in palette..
Its always pleasing to receive photographs from our clients following their installation of floors we have supplied.
We were happy to supply and provide guidance on the layout for this period French ceramic.
Practical and beautiful, a restored antique French ceramic in a Madrid apartment.
An antique Octave Colozier floor has been supplied for this Hampshire village Boot Room..
Two antique ceramic floors were supplied for this happening London restaurant..
A stunning statement aside, these quality antique ceramic tiles, now more than 100 years old, also provide a practical and simple solution in a cooking area.
Our client, renovating the property and conscious of its architectural heritage, wanted to ensure it retained its art nouveau theme and styling.
Three antique ceramic encaustic floors were supplied by The Antique Floor Company for relaying in the bathroom areas.
The cool palette, primarily green and grey, works impressively with its surroundings.
The vegetal theme links home to garden so very effectively, the primarily white fond distributes light well and being ceramic is also a low maintenance solution.
It has been laid to great effect in the front raised entrance area of the house, replacing a tired modern ceramic with a truly unique and complimentary antique ceramic.
The floors are not only beautiful but are also a practical, low maintenance solution for areas of high traffic.
The tiles have been relaid in the conservatory of this Cheshire pile, with the black tiles painstakingly cut to cabachons and the wheat cut at each corner to correspond.
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