Month: November 2017

Trinidad, Cuba – Frozen Colonial Dream

We are always searching for inspiration for our next flooring design. A good place to look is anywhere that has some kind of connection with the western Mediterranean – Morocco, Spain and Portugal. This is the small town of Trinidad in Cuba, a Spanish colonial town unusual in its preservation even in this famously time-warped […]

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Customer Pictures

Here is a selection of photo’s we’ve been sent by customers. We are always very grateful for any pictures we receive. Please note, some of these products may be out of stock or may have been discontinued. Cuenca Blue Sheet Vinyl Flooring Evelyn Green Sheet Vinyl Flooring Sorzano Sage Vinyl Floor Tiles Mid Century Emerald […]

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Leighton House – 19th Century Exoticism in West London

In London’s upmarket Holland Park is The Leighton House Museum, formerly the home and studio of 19th century painter and enthusiastic orientalist Frederic, Lord Leighton (1830-96), still the only painter to have been ennobled. A treasure trove of antique ceramic tiles and melodramatic Victorian painting awaits the visitor…. The museum is notable for its elaborate […]

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