My colourful Victorian floor tiles from Original Features.
Remember this a week ago?
Well, I’m happy to say that I can finally reveal my newly decorated exterior walkway.
I knew I didn’t want just the classic black and white Victorian floor tiles, so set out to bring some colour to my outdoor space.Here it is, in its full glory with pastel pink, blue and minty green.
What do you think?
Do the colours make you feel happy?I’m so pleased with it, and have been thrilled by the response of my neighbourhood. I even spotted someone doing a shoe selfie the other day.
I’m not sure I like so many people lurking around my doorway, but I must admit I’m equally chuffed with the response.
I’ve always longed for Victorian floor tiles and these gorgeous ones are from Olde English tiles.Not only are they beautiful to look at, they are totally scratch, stain, frost and water resistant too.
I picked my Victorian tile pattern from Original Features’ collection, and brought it up to date using pastel shades. What do you think?
I was initially worried about the white getting stained, but I was pleased to learn that they are fully vitrified, so have low porosity, and therefore able to withstand the rigours of high traffic.Now that the external walkway is done, I’m highly tempted to get my internal hallway done too.
Finally, If you are interested in Victorian floor tiles, I highly recommend checking out Original Features and Olde English tiles.
Have a lovely start to your week, and I will be back soon with more home DIYs and updates.
( All photography are by Geraldine Tan, editor of Little Big Bell. The Victorian floor tiles have been designed by Original features and provided by Olde English tiles.)