See a selection of our antique floors in their new locations, sent to us by our customers around the world.
We have been privileged to work with this client for several years during the development of their 1,100m2 Singapore home, supplying both anique ceramic encaustic floors made by Boch Freres and Boulenger, amongst others, as well as handmade French carreaux de ciment floors.
We find ourselves increasingly working with commercial clients and were delighted to supply two period antique Belgian floors for the expanding Australian chain of coffee shops, Dukes Coffee Roasters.
A small French antique ceramic tile in a damier style has been relaid in this North London period house.
A pretty, period French Societe Morialme ceramic floor in a pastel palette has been relaid in the bathroom of this Devon, England cottage.
A creative and strongly navigational lay of this triple border antique Belgian ceramic floor has been achieved in this Surrey home.
This quality, antique ceramic of 15cm square tiles has been relaid in this Broadstairs, Kent, kitchen.
This antique French ceramic, produced by Manufacturers de Ceramiques Maubeuge in the 1930's, has been relaid in this North London kitchen as a centralised feature.
We receive commissions for all styles and ages of properties from around the world. From private renovations to new-builds, recording studios to cafe's and restaurants as well as historical buildings and churches.
This antique French ceramic floor, produced by Gare de Douzies, Maubeuge between 1915-1920 has been perfectly re-laid in this Norfolk, England cottage adding warmth, character and the practicality afforded by a quality ceramic in a bathroom.
This is a bold and creative execution for three antique French floors, dating from the latter part of the nineteenth century and early part of the twentieth century, which have found a new home in this Tunbridge Wells, Kent property.
We supplied two restored antique carreaux de ciment floors, dating from the early twentieth century, for this North London home and were delighted to receive photographs back showing how these large, 20cm sq, bold tiles have added colour and warmth.
This large antique ceramic Maufroid Freres et Soeur floor, dating from between 1879 and 1912, delivers both a unique eye-catching statement as well as a practical low-maintenance solution in a room that is transitional between house and garden.
We were delighted to supply this antique French period floor, manufactured by the acclaimed ceramic tile house of S.A Carrelages Ceramiques Sand & Cie at the beginning of the twentieth century.
These antique ceramic encaustic tiles, manufactured by Maufroid Freres et Soeur, have been relaid in this 14th arrondissment Parisienne chimney.
This Hampshire village home provides a fine example of both the practicality and uniqueness that can be achieved when using an antique ceramic tile.
It often only requires a square metre or so of antique ceramics to create a stunning feature in a room.
We were delighted to be mentioned in the October 2015 edition of Living Magazine, having supplied this beautiful fully restored triple-border antique French ceramic floor now gracing the hallway and bathroom of this London apartment.
Professionally reclaimed and restored French ceramic art nouveau tiles have been supplied by The Antique Floor Company for this London bathroom renovation.
This superb French ceramic tile, dating from the early 20th century, was supplied by The Antique Floor Company for this Ealing, London project.
We recently supplied two restored antique French ceramic floors for this impressive renovation in Musactine, Iowa, USA and were delighted to receive photographs back from our client following their installation.