Olde English Interior Design

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
  • lighting

... 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 design@oldeenglishinteriors.com.au

Please Note: Olde English Interior Design is now open and ready for to help you manage your heritage renovations. Our social media presence is as follow: newsletters, Instagram or Facebook 

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.