We are so proud to have collaborated with the National Trust to launch the National Trust Tile Collection by Sarsen Stone Group. These original tiles embrace both classic and contemporary designs with patterns and prints inspired by the houses, properties, gardens and coastlines cared for by the National Trust.
Be transported to one of the historic buildings or imagine yourself wandering along a pretty coastal path and bring that feeling into your very own home with wall and floor tiles that evoke a sense of the past, brining it very much into the future.
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For content creator @josieldn, who lives in a Grade II listed 14th Century Cotswold Rectory (@strawtopcottage), transforming a compact bathroom into a statement wet room needed the right tiles with instant impact. “Before our transformation, the bathroom was very simple with grey subway tiles and mismatched bathroom furniture, which didn’t quite work with the room.,” she says. “As it’s an ultra-small bathroom, we wanted to create a major wow moment upon opening the door, so we chose these beautiful National Trust Woodland Glade tiles.”
For Sophie Harrold and the team at Simply Bathrooms, being given the task of redesigning a bathroom that sat within a somewhat unusual property was a dream come true. “Our customers were a fun and vibrant couple living in a unique riverside lodge positioned along the banks of the river Thames by Hampton Court Palace,” explains Sophie. “The property has a quirky and characterful vibe, just like its owners, which we wanted to replicate within the bathroom design.
For Rana Darbyshire (@ranadarbyshire and @thefinchleyproject), who lives in a 1926 Mock-Tudor semi in North London, transforming what was once an all-black bathroom into a warm, light and cosy space was key to making it both stylish and child-friendly. It was when she spotted the National Trust Tile Collection’s Woodland Glade on Instagram that she knew she had the perfect fit.