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Introducing Dyrham Dairy

National Trust Tile Collection

Introducing Dyrham Dairy

Introducing Dyrham Dairy

A visit to Dyrham Park revealed a perfectly preserved collection of original delft tiles in the basement dairy. It was this discovery which inspired our screen printed tile collection, which features motifs of different National Trust landmarks, as well as flora and fauna. Dyrham Dairy is a ceramic tile collection influenced by the beautiful blue and white delft tiles that...

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Introducing Alfriston Clergy

Introducing Alfriston Clergy

Timeless, elegant and influenced by the stunning National Trust property, Alfriston Clergy House, the first built property in the care of the National Trust and bought for £10 in 1896. Alfriston Clergy is a traditional repeat pattern tile inspired by the oak leaf carving that can still be found on one of the beams at this medieval house. It is...

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Introducing Architectural Elements

Introducing Architectural Elements

To complement the National Trust Tile Collection, we have also created a ‘collection within a collection’. Designed to celebrate both the buildings and the gardens within the National Trust, it aims to highlight specific rooms, buildings, properties and precise areas of greenery and nature. As anyone who has visited the National Trust knows all too well, they are all about...

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Introducing Brewhouse

Introducing Brewhouse

A series of hardwearing porcelain tiles with an aged terracotta feel, this collection’s name is taken from The Brewhouse at Moseley Old Hall in Staffordshire, an Elizabethan farmhouse that hid King Charles II from Cromwell’s troops in 1651. One of the National Trust’s more dramatic properties, steeped in Royal intrigue, Moseley Old Hall is the perfect place to immerse yourself...

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Introducing Cotehele

Introducing Cotehele

Inspired by the flagstone floor in the great kitchen of Cornwall’s Cotehele, an atmospheric Tudor house with Medieval roots, the Cotehele Porcelain tile collection pays homage to the impressive kitchens you still find in National Trust properties. A rambling granite and slate-stone manor house in the east of Cornwall, Cotehele has changed little over the last five centuries. Its expansive...

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