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.
Traditionally, period homes in UK have used Vicorian or Edwardian tiles for their garden paths but our client, in this instance, preferred an antique turn of the century French ceramic and we think the reasons why are clear to see.
In cool tones, this 21m2 antique French tile was supplied by The Antique Floor Company for this south London kitchen.
A turn of the century French octagon ceramic, complete with its original 5cm sq cabochons, has been laid in the bathroom of this holiday home on the Baltic Island of Gotland, Sweden.
This antique ceramic floor, dated between 1920-1930, has been restored by The Antique Floor Company and relaid in the kitchen of an apartment in the 6eme arrondissement of Paris.
We were delighted to receive photos following the installation of two antique French ceramic floors The Antique Floor Company supplied for this impressive Brooklyn, New York brownstone period property.
A gloriously detailed antique art nouveau ceramic tile has been laid in the loft bathroom of this Hove, Sussex home to stunning effect.
We can sometimes split a larger floor, should a smaller section be required, and this is one example where we have done so providing two clients with the opportunity to use this period Boucquey & Winckelmans tile with its original same size back to back borders.
An antique ceramic tile in a cool palette has been relaid in the entrance reception of this luxury Palace Gate, Kensington, London apartment renovation.
These antique French period ceramic tiles have been impressively laid both inside and outside of this Regency London property highlighting the flexibility and practicality that a quality, heavy ceramic tile offers.
The Antique Floor Company were happy to supply these restored antique 14cm square ceramic tiles produced by Carrelages, Pavages Ceramiques Ste Maxence (Oise) in the early part of the 20th century.
Two original elegant and ornate art nouveau ceramics, one French, one Belgian were supplied for this Wiltshire stone cottage renovation.
This large antique French ceramic, manufactured by Octave Colozier in 1913, was supplied by The Antique Floor Company for this period Berlin home.
A small antique French ceramic was supplied for this small conservatory in rural North East England.
We were delighted to supply this restored, antique, dust-pressed Octave Colozier floor totaling 28.5m2, to our client in Berlin, Germany and even more delighted to receive these photographs of its stunning new home.
An antique period French ceramic floor with its original borders was supplied by The Antique Floor Company for this roof patio in Rye, Sussex.
A fully restored triple border antique French ceramic floor was supplied by The Antique Floor Company for this magnificent Art Nouveau demeure in Le Touquet, France, constructed at the beginning of the 20th century.
Minimalism and modernity meets period ceramics in this impressive Ibiza renovation.
A superbly detailed period ceramic of a principal 14.5cm sq field tile and same size border has been installed in this Charente, France kitchen.