For the Victorian worker, be he a labourer or a captain of industry, his home was his castle-a refuge from the demands, the pressures of the office, shop or factory. And so it is today.
The pathway, that space that bridges the civic, public life and the private, family life was, and is, the first and last image of home–greeting us, and sending us on our way. A tessellated tiled path from Olde English Tiles™ is not only beautiful but extremely durable and safe when wet.
The famous Fitzroy pattern combined with a Norwood border creates a warm and inviting entrance at this stunning Sydney home.
Cosy and quaint, the Glasgow pattern and Norwood border invites guests into a cozy home, accentuated by a charcoal wall tile on the stairs.
Our Glasgow pattern and Norwood border at this striking Randwick home compliment the exterior of the house. The yellow Waldorf riser tiles add an art deco finish.
The Liverpool pattern and Norwood border are a profound match and symbolise a warm welcome after a hard day's work.
The Glasgow pattern and Norwood border welcome guests into the home, tied together by our sleek black subway tiles on the stairs.
Our Manchester pattern framed with an Enmore border creates a distinct and character rich finish at this Paddington home. The black subway tiles on the stairs complete the look.
The Glasgow patter and Art Deco border creates a pathway that is timeless, inviting and welcomes friends and family into a homely sanctuary.