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 estate includes the atmospheric Tudor house adorned with tapestries, armour, pewter, brass and old oak furniture along with the great kitchen with its hardwearing flagstone floor.
From their home to yours
With its random, broken flagstone floor, the great kitchen at Cotehele was an instant inspiration for our Cotehele porcelain collection.
An honest, raw and unrefined range of versatile stone reproduction porcelain floor tiles, the three-tone colour palette will complement any interior, be it classic timber kitchen cabinetry, a softly neutral entrance hall or the soothing sanctuary of a cream and off-white bathroom or en-suite. Create a smooth, seamless look throughout the home with Cotehele laid from hallway to kitchen.