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Classic tiling for contemporary housing development

March 2018
Brook Valley Gardens, a development of contemporary homes by Countryside Properties, recently completed Phase 2 of the project consisting of 1 to 3 bedroom apartments and 3 and 4 bedroom houses. Forming part of the major regeneration of the Dollis Valley housing estate, Brook Valley Gardens consists of new green spaces and facilities for the local community.
 
For the bathrooms and en-suites, British Ceramic Tile's in house design team worked with the interior design team at Countryside to develop a wall tile that closely matched the existing Extreme tile in porcelain.  Countryside required a ceramic tile in a greige shade, so Countryside greige was produced using HD inkjet technology.  From the selection process to delivery to site was achieved in only two weeks.  The bespoke Countryside greige ceramic wall tile was used in all of the bathrooms complemented by Shift mocha porcelain floor tile

"Having had the pleasure to work for Countryside Properties on their projects at Brook Valley Gardens (Barnet), St Paul's Square (Bow) and Atelier (Harlow), all of our fixers at C&A Contracts now have great experience working with these tiles," says Chris Lipman - Director, C&A Contracts.  "They are fantastic to work with and handle and cut perfectly, whilst giving a clean, modern finish."

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