The hallway floor was one of the first things we tackled. When we looked round the house for the second time I noticed the carpet by the front door had come away from the gripper. I gently peeled the corner back and was so excited to see a glimpse of these Victorian tiles. I told myself there was no way the tiles would be in good condition all the way around...I was so excited to find out their condition. The weekend we moved in we pulled the carpet up and hey presto! They didn’t look like that at first obviously, took a few visits from the @tiledoctorltd but I am so thrilled we uncovered them and brought them back to life. The pattern changes down the hall just after the cellar door to a simple diamond pattern which suggests that part of the house was the “service” or kitchen area... I’m now wondering if those tiles continue under our kitchen floor... 🕵🏼♀️ we will have to wait a good few years for our kitchen extension before I’ll get the answer to that! #victoriantiles#victorianhomes#tiledoctor#hallwaytiles#periodhomes#renovation#myinteriorstyle#hallwayinspo#interiorinspo
Original Victorian tiles covered with marly tiles and black glue!. We scraped up the tiles and striped the floor back!. Sealed & polished and we have saved a lovely floor to last another 100 years or so. (Inbox us for free quote) .
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Yesterday, Glen from our team was in #Inverness making this customers shower look as good as new! Before we left, the customer was shown how to stay on top of it.
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