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Parkside open showroom in Chelsea

January 2018

Parkside has opened its first UK showroom in Chelsea Cross.  This new contemporary porcelain and ceramic tile showroom sees two tile stalwarts, Mark Williams and Richard France, collaborating to create a dynamic architectural tile concept that aims to engage visitors’ imaginations and stimulate creativity.

The new showroom will present Parkside’s extensive contemporary porcelain and ceramic tile collections, including many exclusive designs, as well as offering a wide range of bespoke services.

Aimed at a sophisticated audience of architects, interior designers and developers in the hospitality, residential and retail sector, as well as consumers, the showroom aims to .alter how tiles are perceived and used within the interior, paving the way for innovative one-off installations.

Among the bespoke services available are waterjet cutting, porcelain worktop fabrication and digital printing on to tiles.

Spread over two floors, the 100 sq ft showroom features over 500 tile designs, from large porcelain slabs through to bespoke British hand-made ceramic wall tiles.

Parkside collaborates with some of the world’s most dynamic manufacturers who have developed exclusive collections.  This includes the Lido, said to be the first polished tile to be anti-slip; the Fyne collection that interprets the feel of linen and tartan pattern on to a porcelain tile, and the ground-breaking Kaste01, a porcelain shower tray with matching floor tiles that creates a seamless floor finish.

W: www.parkside.co.uk

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