Braemar Garden Path Design

Victorian Tiled Front Path in Black and White - Braemar mosaic pattern

The first phase involved removing the existing surface, excavating a deeper trench and then creating a reinforced concrete base with a level screed on which to install the geometric tiles. The base structure of the steps to the door was also constructed. Original barley twist path edging was fitted, and York stones laid to run to the left of the …

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The Root of the Problem

restoration of an encaustic Victorian path in London - part 1

This path was severely damaged by a large root from a nearby tree growing underneath! The root was dug up and removed, a concrete base was then installed to replace the problem area. Matching original tiles to replace damaged or missing areas of the floor have been sourced. These are often hand-cut to size to fit within the existing pattern. …

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Complete Victorian Path Renovation

installing a front path - black and white

The path was cracked, with many tiles loose or missing. Tiles needed to be carefully removed, then the original base on which the tiles were fixed had to be completely taken out. Reclaimed barley twist path edging was sourced and fitted to complement the restored path as requested by the client. Box hedging will now be planted.

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Restoring Black & White Floors

restoration of a Victorian interior -black-and-white tiles

The interior geometric tiled hallway had areas missing that had to be matched and repaired. The entire floor was re-grouted and cleaned with a sequence of techniques to bring out the original vibrancy of the original Victorian floor.

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