Georgian floor tiles are geometric tiles that were created with versatility in mind. Traditionally the tiles came in a variety of shapes, sizes and colours. The tiles were used to create an infinite array of tessellating designs to compliment and decorate period architecture.
Whilst being hard wearing and practical, Georgian floor tile schemes served to wow and entertain your guests. In the modern day their lasting presence is testament to the quality of both the manufacture of the tile and the skilled installation by the artisans of a bygone era.Typically Georgian designs were neo-Classical in apperance predominantly using white and black tiles. Popular designs included chequerboards and octagon based patterns, along with Roman style geometric micro mosiac features.
At London Mosaic we supply a high quality reproduction range suitable for interior and exterior use.
For a hard wearing, practical and elegant flooring solution we have the most extensive and ever expanding range of floor tile designs for both the traditional and contemporary home.
We offer full customisation of all our designs, from colourways to patterns. Contact our design team to discuss your requirements.
London Mosaic Restoration repair and restore Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian tessellated hallways and pathways.
Our restoration service commonly involves the careful removal of damaged sections of mosaic, replacing damaged or missing areas with tiles cut to match the dimensions of the originals.
Where appropriate we aim to carry out repairs with salvaged original tiles and closely match colours with modern equivalents. Loose areas of geometric tiles are usually lifted and reinstalled at the correct level. The tiles are then chemically cleaned to remove ingrained dirt and residues.
From classic black and white tiles to decorative mosaics, we offer our designs in a sheeted format.
Our unique tile sheeting service provides an easy solution to ensure complex Georgian floor tile designs are installed accurately and efficiently.
Individual geometric tiles are carefully assembled by hand into repeating sections that tessellate to create decorative traditional designs.