This beautiful cottage on the Island Wall, Whitstable, was one I owned. I completely refurbished it before before selling.
This kitchen has clay floor tiles and a boarded ceiling, giving it the feel of a fisherman's cottage.
Kitchen & Tiling
These tiles with the white kitchen unit give a dramatic feeling.
One of the most important aspects of tiling is the positioning stage, ensuring the finished project has a balanced look .
High gloss black large floor tiling
Large floor tiles with smooth regular shape can be tricky to lay as they will show lifted edges if they are not perfect flat
Island Wall Bathroom Extension
This bathroom extension was added to Island Wall, being a small cottage meant that to preserve three bedrooms upstairs, the compromise was a downstairs bathroom.
En-suite Johns Wood
This en-suite was built by another builder but the owners of this home was so disappointed with the result that they employed me to completely demolish the room.
Including walls and floor and rebuild it. This is the result.
Tiling at St Mildreds Avenue
When tiling it is important to spend time laying out your room to ensure that the tiles look good at important key points and that they are level all the way around the room.
Another photograph of the Johns Wood en-suite.
This was the end product of a two floor extension in a period cottage in the village of Ash, near Canterbury.
The bathroom is an en-suit to the master bedroom.
New family bathroom, with tiled floor and wall. The bath also had a power shower fitted.
En-suite shower room that I built, in a period farmhouse.
The large mirror, with mosaic tiles, makes the room feel much more spacious.
Steeple Cottage Bathroom
The finished product always make me feel happy.
As its the time the owners get their homes back and can enjoy my work.
Completed family bathroom at Fleetwood Avenue, showing the new tiling, and the purpose made internal window.