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"From the1860s geometric and encaustic tiled floors started to appear in public buildings, churches and the more expensive Victorian villas. Their rise to fashion was assured by their use in such prestigious buildings as the Victoria and Albert Museum, and by the 1890s they had become an essential feature in the most ordinary Victorian terraced houses from Dover to Aberdeen."

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Victorian and Edwardian Geometric and Encaustic Tiled Floors

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Almost, but not quite? I like the colours of the door, floor and runner. I am less enthusiastic about the spot down-lights, the period light pendant and "floating" mirror, and the stair-runner stripes fighting with the tiling...

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Sophie & Michael Collect, Enjoy & Live — House Tour

Don't like the end bit of the staircase but like the painted effect - maybe cheaper than a runner?

Sophie & Michael Collect, Enjoy & Live House Tour

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Home Garden 1453

White walls and picture frames in Hallway | Decorating Ideas | Interiors | redonline.co.uk

Hallway Ideas | Floor and wallpaper ideas

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Tile Source, Handmade English Victorian, Encaustic, Geometric and Artisan Tiles

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Victorian Floor Tile Gallery

Blenheim is a popular existing pattern, shown here in Green, Red and Buff. Perfect for conservatories, this is a great way of inviting the outside in. This pattern will make a statement in hallways, living rooms, bathrooms, kitchens - wherever it is used! New colours, patterns and shapes means our geometric Victorian style floor tiles look great in traditional and contemporary homes. originalstyle.com

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Victorian Floor Tile Gallery

The traditional style Colchester pattern will make a statement in hallways, living rooms, bathrooms, kitchens - wherever they are used! New colours, patterns and shapes means our geometric Victorian style floor tiles look great in traditional and contemporary homes. originalstyle.com

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Be inspired by this Victorian terrace

Hallway | Be inspired by this Victorian terrace | House tour | PHOTO GALLERY | Ideal Home | Housetohome.co.uk

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Wonderful chequered tiles in the entryway, lots of natural light coming through the front door glass panels.

SHOOTFACTORY: / wormholt, London w12

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