Olde English Tiles has been the market leader for the supply and installation of period style wall & floor tiles since 1982. We have been involved in the restoration of heritage buildings plus historic and period homes all over Australia and around the world. With a wealth of experience in the area of traditional design, Olde English Tiles now offers you our latest exciting service - Olde English Interior Design.
Helmed by award-winning designer Garreth Cruikshank, with over three decades of experience in period & new-build projects, Olde English Interior Design will cover heritage, inter-war and contemporary design styles, providing expert advice on:
- colour schemes (including paint & wallpaper)
- flooring (tiles, timber & carpet)
- Asoft furnishings & window treatments
- furniture & homewares
... as well as a complete bathroom and kitchen renovation service staffed by skilled, fully licensed & insured tradesmen, including bathroom/kitchen renovation specialists.
So if you have a period home which you're planning to restore, add a modern extension to, renovate that poky bathroom, or perhaps you just need advice on a fresh new colour scheme, contact us on 02 9519 4333 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please Note: Olde English Interior Design will be opening its doors for business early in December 2020. Keep watching this space, our newsletters, Instagram or Facebook for more details and our opening date.
Garreth Cruikshank is an award-winning designer, with a diverse design career spanning over 35 years. For many years he operated a design practice in Sydney, and has also undertaken consultancy work in Melbourne, Brisbane, London, L.A, New Zealand & Tuscany.
His interior design & product design work has appeared in a number of decorator & trade publications. Garreth has published over 50 articles on subjects as diverse as design, colour theory, restoring period homes & period decor, tiles, the decorative arts of Italy & Spain, and travel. He has delivered papers at numerous educational institutions and trade events, and for several years taught a course on restoration of Victorian & Federation homes.