We were delighted to receive back from our American client these photos from her Porto, Portugal holiday home for which The Antique Floor Company provided this reclaimed and restored heritage ceramic manufactured in 1903 by Carrelages Ceramiques de Paray le Monial.
The Antique Floor Company supplied several restored ceramic floors for this beautiful and unique North Carolina home.
A Simons & Cie French ceramic, dating from the beginning of the twentieth century, was supplied for this California entrance hall.
Complimenting its surrounding architectural fixtures in this north London hallway this fully restored period octagon ceramic with its cabochons and square borders is the perfect example of a balanced symmetrical relay.
This wet room in Perth, Australia exudes minimalist design, providing all the function needed for stress free bathroom time...no fear of cramped space and no fear of where the water is going!
A fine example of a beautifully planned and executed bathroom renovation can be found in this Aeroeskoebing, Denmark farmhouse.
A rare dust-pressed Octave Colozier French ceramic floor, dated 1900, has been restored by us and re-laid, complete with its original framing border tiles, in this 14m2 office-conservatory in Teddington, England.
This antique French ceramic tile, complete with its original double same size borders, has been stylishly laid as a centralised carpet feature in this Ontario, Canada dining room and into the adjacent kitchen.
Breaking any rules and making your own is a large part of the pleasure of the creative thinker and this bathroom in London is a fine example of a uniquely personal approach.
The attention to detail in this amazing new 7,500 square foot (700 sq metre) Victorian gothic home in New Jersey, USA, is impressive.
The Bulls blood, ochre and black of these handmade Boulenger tiles, made in the latter part of the 19th century, harmonise beautifully in the modern settings of this Singaporean colonial house renovation.
A quality execution of great creative thinking showing how antique floor tiles can be used as more than just a floor, while also fulfilling their functional objectives, in this case for practical, easy maintenance, sanitation
An ornate, period, antique ceramic encaustic Belgian tiled floor using five different tiles has been re-laid outside this Melbourne period house as a patio.
A fine example of the best of creative layout can be seen in this country kitchen in Epinal, France.
We are increasingly supplying antique ceramic floors for new build properties of different styles in the US, Canada and Europe.
Small scale use of antique French primrose blue ceramic tiles has resulted in a most imaginative floor finish in this shop called ‘Le Chien et Moi’ in Nottingham, England.
Clever use of the geometric borders of this antique French floor has delivered a superbly balanced room.
This was one of the finest examples of an early French art nouveau ceramic encaustic floor that we have found and restored, dating c.1895.
This large, 26.5m2 / 285 sq ft antique French ceramic encaustic floor has been beautifully re-laid in an entrance hallway in Dulwich, London.