Installation photos kindly provided by TB Elliot Flooring (contact details: [email protected]
01689 821 004) of a job we cut for them. 150mm checkerboard tiles cut from Marmoleum sheet colours 3257 and 2939, fixed using Mapei VS45 adhesive. Contact us for further information on our tile and design cutting and any other Forbo Flooring requirements on [email protected]
Design development never stops at De Bruyns. Here we've taken inspiration from a Minton design floor. Our designs are cut primarily from Forbo Marmoleum sheet and hand assembled into panels. Which small key square colour do you prefer, lighter or darker? We can't decide! For any Forbo Flooring requirements please contact us on [email protected]
Collage photo of RD108 cut from Forbo Marmoleum sheet and installed in a central London residence. Contact us on [email protected] for all your Forbo Flooring requirements.
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Installation photo of our design RD108 in a property in central London kindly provided by Chris Rawcliffe, (contact email:- [email protected] )
All cut from Marmoleum Walton range. Contact us on [email protected] for further information and any Forbo Flooring requirements.
Day 12 of @myhousethismonth is something beginning with M. Well obviously we're going to pick MARMOLEUM! Here is our design RD116 paired with RDB208 border and a 20mm lacing strip(top and left hand photo). Installed using Eurocol 414 adhesive. We've compared it to an original Minton tile design from @number_fortyfive Instagram page. With over 300 colours to pick from we can replicate similar colours and the border in the Minton pattern if you wished. Contact us on [email protected] for further information and any Forbo Flooring requirements.
Revisiting a job we cut last year for a TV show on channel 5. A 610mm X 200mm herringbone design cut from 3 different Marmoleum sheet ranges. We also cut 450mm tiles in a checkerboard design. 📷 credit telemix. Installed by our client Carters Flooring. Contact us on [email protected] for further information on our design and tile cutting service, and for any other Forbo Flooring requirements.
Testing our cutting for a sample board requested by our client NFS. They gave us control over the colours so we went with modern grey and cream tones. Design RD102 paired with RDB210 border. All cut from Forbo Marmoleum sheet and hand assembled into panels and borders. Contact us on [email protected] for all your Forbo Flooring requirements.
Day 8 on #myhousethismonth is flooring so let's show my own house! RD101-50mm with RDB205 and corners. All cut from Forbo Marmoleum sheet and hand assembled into panels and borders. Contact us on [email protected] for further information.
A favourite of ours. Our design RD123 cut from Forbo Marmoleum sheet compared with a ceramic design. We have stuck to traditional colours to mirror the style of the ceramic design. However this particular design can have a modern twist if you use grey and black shades. Contact us on [email protected] for further information.
Happy new year to all our customers and followers! We start as we mean to continue with further examples of our work. Here is an installation nearing completion of RD101-50mm with RDB205 borders and corners, plus an infill to frame both the design and borders for our client @branch77interiors in Nottingham. All cut from Marmoleum solid/concrete ranges. Free UK wide delivery on our residential designs during January and February!
Some interesting top 9 photos from the previous year. It highlights black, white and greys are a popular look! Also handsome boy Lions, the greyhound, made the cut. See you all in 2018 for further design developments and us fulfilling all your Forbo requirements.
If you watch my stories you will know that we completed an epic kitchen renovation recently. It has pretty much taken over our lives since July but now that we are nearing the end I’m definitely feeling like all the stress and strain was completely worth it! Today over on the blog I’m sharing the story behind our floor and how we came to work with the fantastic team at @britishceramictile (gift)