One of the defining features of Lacock Abbey, in Wiltshire, has to be its head-to-toe, honey-hued stone covering the building’s façade, interior walls and flagstone floors. Our Lacock collection has been designed in homage to the time-worn limestone flooring that can be found in the cloisters.
Once home to William Henry Fox Talbot, inventor of the photographic negative, 13th-century Lacock Abbey is a quirky Wiltshire country house with monastic roots and its own woodland grounds. A plethora of different architectural styles including Tudor, Gothic and Victorian, the Abbey is firmly rooted in its medieval past with a Grade I listing and beautifully preserved cloisters and gardens. It is the flooring within those cloisters that has inspired our Lacock collection of random sized flagstones in a choice of two limestone finishes.
From their home to yours
Lacock is the perfect limestone flooring solution for interior applications in classic or contemporary homes.
Our Heritage tile offers an aged, distressed feel with handmade raw edges and a machine tumbled finish. Perfect for complementing timber cabinetry and a freestanding cast iron range cooker, it’s a floor tile that works wonderfully in open-plan kitchens where the authentic limestone tile can be carried through into a dining area, utility and hallway beyond. We also have a Natural tile that creates a smooth satino effect perfect for more modern schemes.