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Edwardian-hall-floor-tiles, edwardian floor tiles are geometric ceramic tiles that were created with versatility in mind. traditionally the tiles came in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. the tiles were used to create an infinite array of tessellating designs to compliment and decorate period architecture.. Jan 11, 2020 - explore horsedrivertad's board "edwardian floors" on pinterest. see more ideas about tiled hallway, hall tiles, victorian tiles., geometric designs can use a very large number of small tiles with up to 600 tiles per square metre, so the hall floor in a fine victorian terraced house could easily have around 4,000 tiles in it. typical late victorian domestic tiled schemes: a hall floor before (top) and after (above)..

Encaustic tiles these floors (sometimes referred to as tessellated floors) were featured in entrance halls and on front paths of houses (and many commercial premises) from mid -victorian times up to the 1930's. designs are made up of triangles, squares, trapeziums, hexagons and octagons in a variety of colours., repairing an edwardian tiled hallway floor the first day was spent repairing the floor, we used a combination of angle grinders, multi tools and chisels to remove all the chipped and broken tiles.....

Victorian and edwardian tiles includes a broad church of different styles of form and function ranging from common victorian geometric floor tiles found in domestic and ecclesiastical settings, through utilitarian interiors such as stables, hospitals, pumping stations, railway stations, schools and bathrooms fitted out with glazed wall tile, all of which may include elaborate pattern or pictorial decoration., edwardian. create a spectacular feature in any room with these stunning on-trend decorative tiles. the edwardian range is available in 4 striking designs, each one is unique and intricate.. Edinburgh. edinburgh is a straightforward lattice design created from squares and rectangles. you can ring the changes by altering the colours used, from bold red, black and old london to the softer grey, dover white and black., moody hues, intricate patterns and plenty of florals; the victorian era shone a light on craftsmanship. each design stands the test of time whether you’re looking for something classic, country or modern..

Yes, that could definitely work then. i would love a hall floor like that too, but i don't think my house ever had anything but floorboards- there's some evidence of lovely tiling in the porch/vestibule bit, but some heathen had covered them up with horrid fifties ones . someone i used to know did the floor of their lean-to with the tiles from a cathedral, which they claimed to have rescued ...