We completed all the tiling in this new build apartment building, including all the kitchens and bathrooms. We brought a touch of elegance into this bathroom with striking grey marble effect 300×600 porcelain tiles – with our attention to detail we managed to complete this project to specifications, within budget and to an incredibly high standard.
A truly individual linear mosaic, porcelain tile was used to transform the bathrooms in the Clapham Library Apartment project. We paired these tiles with a light grout to turn this tile into a real statement piece. Our tilers were contracted to tile all the bathrooms and kitchens, working to a tight time schedule, and within a larger team, we enjoyed this project immensely.
A large refurbishment of a commercial property, including the painting, preparing and decorating of the exterior. We repainted the signage and walls to completely transform the look and feel of the store exterior. We also tiled all the interior flooring which included 150 square metres in large industrial style 800×800 tiles. The designer specified an inset marble herringbone mosaic ‘rug’ to create a feature in the middle of the floor space. We completed this to specification, using bonding we created a completely flush transition from large tiles to mosaic. Both the store and designer were very pleased.
We were contracted to tile this traditional bathroom, with 75×150 crackle glaze hand painted brick tiles we created a distinctive effect using three colours. Paired with a wood effect floor tile, the bathroom was completed with timeless elegance.
For this project we were contracted to modernise a bathroom, taking it from dated to current. The effect was enhanced by the use of Patricia Urquiola’s distinctive Azulej Patchwork Tiles, these tiles work especially well in a Victorian house as they take inspiration from traditional encaustic (cement-based) Victorian floor tiles but with a 21st century spin.
We were contracted to completely renovate this bathroom, we demolished the existing bathroom and created new walls and flooring using waterproof plaster board and ply. The bathroom was aesthetically transformed with Black Relief Textured Porcelain tiles, the interesting relief and shade variation in the tiles was further heightened with the use of led lights around the top of the shower and alcoves – creating a perfect industrial look bathroom.