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Paul Johnson

Fulfilling Your Ever Tiling Need

And they remained largely unseen for several decades until now, when once again their beauty, durability and style is appreciated.

At the start of the Victorian era, geometric tiled floors were only seen in churches, public buildings and the houses of the wealthy, but by 1890, these beautiful floors had become an essential feature in even ordinary Victorian houses. By the 1960s, most of these original floors, now seen as old-fashioned and dated in their style, were covered over.

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Interior Restoration

It is possible to restore Victorian geometric tiled floors that are faded, filthy, covered in cement and paint, crumbling, and even those with large channels dug through them to put in pipes for central heating. Each floor needs to be assessed on a case by case basis, but before you write your floor off, let me take a look at it.


Exterior Paths

Often in poor condition due to years of exposure to the elements, but just like interior floors, there is a lot that can be done to restore and re-lay them. An exterior pathway is worth saving, if possible, as it upgrades the appearance of the property and can add to your property’s value.


'Original' Victorian

Thanks to modern manufacturers of geometric floor tiles, it is possible to lay an authentic-looking Victorian tiled floor. There is almost an infinite number of patterns and colours available, with many of my clients choosing modern hues such as greys and blues to create tiled floors with a contemporary feel.

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