Best of 2018: Projects

What a year it has been! All of us at Olde English Tiles want to share our gratitude for the people and experiences that filled our year and made it a great one. From humble verandahs to restaurant floors, we had the pleasure of being involved in many extraordinary projects over 2018 and wanted to share some of our favourites with you all.

Merry Christmas and enjoy!

The Imperial, Erskineville

The Imperial, Erskineville Marais Pattern

Olde English Tiles proudly supplied the dazzling pattern of rose, vieux rose, rouge and blanc tessellated tiles that line the new private dining room floor of The Imperial, Erskineville. Designed by Alexander & CoSee more.

Federation Renovation, Drummoyne

Federation Renovation in Drummoyne Killara pattern , Bristol pattern

When the Demos' purchased their Federation home in leafy Drummoyne, it was in need of a lot of love. Once the DA come through, they chose the classic Killara pattern in a light colour palette as the focal point of the facade of their new home. See more. 

Humble Edwardian, Sydney

Humble Edwardian Nottingham pattern, Norwood border, English Spring fireplace tile, Brown fireplace tile

This quintessentially Australian Edwardian home features our popular Baby Nottingham pattern. With it's earthy tones and simple geometry, the colour scheme pairs beautifully with the immaculately tuck-pointed, deep red brick facade.  The heritage risers and feature tiles tie it all together to form a modest, yet stunning heritage entrance. See more. 

Classic & chic bathroom, Wahroonga

Classic & chic bathroom, Wahroonga Glasgow pattern , Norwood border , White wall tileVictoria

This classic & chic bathroom was a part of a complete home renovation. With a dark Glasgow floor and combination of subway & decorative feature tiles on the walls, we think it's winner. See more.

Combining The Traditional And The Modern, Rosebery

Combining The Traditional And The Modern Fitzroy pattern

When Matt and Christina bought their Rosebery property it was their intention to build a home that perfectly balanced the traditional with the modern. Taking inspiration from the local area's period properties, Matt and Christina built a home that not only looks traditionally beautiful but is functional for a modern lifestyle. See more.  

Bopp and Tone, Sydney CBD

Bopp & Tone, Sydney Custom Mosaic Pattern

Newcomer Bopp & Tone's bar and restaurant, designed by Luchetti Krelle, is brimming with nostalgia and every day opulence. Featuring a a custom mosaic pattern in 20 x 20 squares to frame the bar front, Bopp & Tone's relaxed atmosphere features heavy marbles, classic tiles and textures, dark and moody timber furnishings and an alfresco dining terrace.

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