British Ceramic Tile has made inroads into the care home sector, securing a new contract for luxury care provider Leycester House. The company worked with the Berkley Care Group and Lawrence Baker, specialist contractors in the care sector, on the £22,000 project to deliver stylish surface solutions for the care provider.
With a focus on practicality and style, a number of ranges from British Ceramic Tile’s portfolio were selected to update the private guest bathrooms, guest cloakrooms and communal areas. With style and quality central to the brief, wall and floor tiles were specified from the HD range, which is designed and made here in Britain, as well as from the company’s iconic brand collaborations with Laura Ashley and Ted Baker.
HD Accolade featured in the en-suite bathrooms. Made using the latest inkjet printing technology, it is hardwearing and waterproof, combining raised textures with a calming colour palette. Laura Ashley Mr Jones and Wicker feature alongside, offering a contemporary take on a traditional look, with matt ceramic tiles providing a durable, easy to maintain floor covering.
The visitor bathrooms were fitted with Ted Baker TacTile on the walls and Laura Ashley Mr Jones on the floor for a inspirational design that marries three-dimensional textured tiles with a contemporary patterned floor. Other ranges chosen to complete the project included HD Deen, Impact glass and Laura Ashley Artisan.
Seamus Halton, Managing Director at the Berkley Care Group, said: “We were impressed with the extensive portfolio of tiles from British Ceramic Tile and felt that the collection reflected our brand and overall ethos of delivering quality and luxury within the care home sector.”
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