See a selection of our antique floors in their new locations, sent to us by our customers around the world.
We were delighted to supply a large antique ceramic floor for this impressive Georgian pile, Ardington Hall in Oxfordshire, England.
Using two field tiles, a motif and a plain, it is beautifully framed by its original borders before giving way to a larger plain modern ceramic.
The lozenge borders, which frame a classically tessellating field tile, have been used to full effect tracing around the kitchen furnishings and Aga.
The 15m2 floor, produced by Gilliot Hemiksem of Belgium in the early part of the last century, has been laid in the kitchen and adjoining hallway.
The same size and half size border tiles have been effectively laid in two areas of the bathroom as internal frames, anchoring the period cast iron bath and sink as well as the shower.
Framed in a light hardwood, as a carpet style feature, it not only provides a great sense of navigation but is also a low maintenance solution.
We supplied not only the antique tiles but the recommended layout and technical floor plan for the tiler to interpret our recommendation.
We have been privileged to work with this client for several years during the development of their 1,100m2 Singapore home.
A plain off-white tolerance tile, merging with antique parquet, creates a carpet style feature in the space.
This star and band themed handmade Octave Colozier floor, while 100 years old, screams modernity and provides a superb visual navigation down this London entrance hallway.
The autumnal palette works so well with the centuries old oak beams and the period furniture adds heaps of character.
We compliment Theresa on the impressive planning in the positioning of the border and field tiles as six different tiles are needed in total to constitute the floor!
The palette is cool and inviting and the classical tessellation of the floor, accompanied by the ornate period bath and fittings, has created a unique and harmonious room.
We love the choice of the tolerance tile, used to key the floor to the walls, it enhances the beautiful borders and anchors the whole floor superbly.
The floor has been relaid on a section of the deck, superbly complimenting the period fittings of the Peniche and providing a unique space for dining.
In a high traffic area the tiles are a low maintenance solution for wet and muddy feet and family pets.
The two interlocking tiles are ornate in design and detail but are softened by a subtle palette and beautifully compliment the wood, panelling and period fixtures in the hallway.
The tiles display colours as crisp as when they left the kiln over 100 years old while being easy maintenance in a high traffic area
Charcoal and beige damier tiles in the kitchen add geometry and symmetry to the room, marrying a country kitchen feel to clean lines and a modern minimalism.
The entrance hall and the master bedroom en-suite bathroom have been re-laid with encaustic floors and the kitchen a larger French carreaux de ciment tile.