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 this oak leaf that is the inspiration behind the National Trust logo and the repeat pattern this collection is based upon. The tiles are printed in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of UK textiles and ceramics. This is an English-made collection with enduring design.
From their home to yours
In period properties this style looks effortlessly chic in a bathroom complete with a colourful or crisp white roll-top cast iron tub with claw feet and a freestanding vanity unit with countertop basin.
In the kitchen or dining room this tile looks striking as a backdrop to mid-century modern furniture or simple Scandinavian-style fixtures and fittings.
Extend the decorative finish to alcoves, chimney breasts and the interior of cupboards, larders and walk-in pantries for a nod to nostalgic English charm.