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The Victorian Path - why have a nice Victorian garden pathway?

Our guide on creating an elegant Victorian garden pathway

We look into choosing the right tiles to achieve that sought after and elegant Victorian garden path using Victorian style path tiles.

The Victorian Path - why have a nice Victorian garden pathway?

29 Jun 2020

Victorian front garden paths leading from the road to the house are a really important feature of Victorian and Edwardian houses, especially town centre terraces, as the path conveys that really important first impression of the house acting as an indication of the good taste and prosperity of it’s inhabitants, such an important element of  the Victorian way of life. A scruffy concrete path with cracked edges and weeds gives a very…

How to restore Victorian tiles

How to restore Victorian tiles

We get a lot of calls from customers who have had the good fortune to purchase a Victorian house with a wealth of period features including some original tiles on floors and walls. The Victorians typically tiled a wealth of their house’s surfaces including…

How to restore Victorian tiles

16 May 2018

We get a lot of calls from customers who have had the good fortune to purchase a Victorian house with a wealth of period features including some original tiles on floors and walls. The Victorians typically tiled a wealth of their house’s surfaces including hallway floors with intricate and colourful patterned designs sometimes incorporating encaustic tiles; porch floors and walls tiles to encompass skirting, dado and feature tiles in eye…