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Bit of a bow in the original floor!
Simple unglazed porcelain in keeping with the age and style of house.
Think it’s transformed this back kitchen.
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Great result John. Were any of the original, bowed tiles loose or cracked ?.
 

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Great result John. Were any of the original, bowed tiles loose or cracked ?.
No - all fixed by client about 6 years ago onto plywood.
High in the middle and dipped 20mm left to 30mm right!
5 bags levelling screed for 5sq mts.
Still got a 15sq metre entrance and foyer to do in geometrics but that’s original screed from 1850.
 
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Very nice
 

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