Client Installations

See a selection of our antique floors in their new locations, sent to us by our customers around the world.

The palette is cool and inviting and the classical tessellation of the floor, accompanied by the

We love the choice of the tolerance tile, used to key the floor to the walls, it enhances the bea

The floor has been relaid on a section of the deck, superbly complimenting the period fittings of

In a high traffic area the tiles are a low maintenance solution for wet and muddy feet and family

The two interlocking tiles are ornate in design and detail but are softened by a subtle palette a

The tiles display colours as crisp as when they left the kiln over 100 years old while being easy

Large, 20cm sq charcoal and beige damier tiles in the kitchen add geometry and symmetry to the ro

The entrance hall and the master bedroom en-suite bathroom have been re-laid with period ceramic

Our French client in the Vosges has taken time to find all the pieces that has made this bathroom

Bathed in light in the Summer House and sensitively framed by natural hardwoods, painted high ski

The palette is warm and while the floor is ornate in detail it is also beautifully geometrical in

Great imagination has been used in each room when planning the floor layout to both respect the r

This 9m2/100sqft floor was renovated by the antique floor company in 2007 for an English client.

The theme continues in an annexing room with an imaginative variation on a French chessboard dami

A floor like this screams out for natural light and it has been relaid in the large porch area an

The floor, dated 1900, was restored by the Antique Floor Company and supplied with another slight

which along with the aged woods and terracotta walls make it an inviting focal point in the house

This 22m2 floor has been installed in a large hallway in Hampshire, southern England.

The art nouveau design of the tiles harmonises so well with the period stained glass, chimney, st

The kitchens narrow width has been offset by accentuating its length by making the borders a cent