The following pages show a range of locations in the United States and London. These illustrate our different design approaches and our use of various materials to achieve distinctive and dramatic effects. But these are only a start. To appreciate our work fully we recommend you visit our showrooms where we will be happy to explain the full range of our products and services.
This portfolio section is a useful tool to visualise how some of our products have been used, as well as cross-referencing additional products in our catalogue within the installations.
Antique Blanc Rose is one of the rarest of terracottas, found only in a very restricted area of France. The delicate tones of cream, highlighted with tinges of pink, make this a highly individual and unusual floor. more..
Quarried from the seventeenth century in the Languedoc region of France, this stone was used extensively for flagstones in the grand country houses of the area. more..
Quarried from the seventeenth century in the Languedoc region of France, this stone was used extensively for flagstones in the grand country houses of the area. Today, Antique Barr is reclaimed by small bands of gypsies and it is as a result of Paris Ceramics’ close contacts in the area that the company is able to control the supply of this stone. Unusual for its consistent richness, texture and patina from floor to floor, this is one of the few antique flagstones the company is able to supply on a regular basis. more..
These flagstones are reclaimed from properties in the Burgundy region of France, an area almost as famous for its stone as for its wine. As the stone is so hard, it was originally produced by splitting the stone into regular shapes rather than by sawing and was then finished by hand. more..
These flagstones are reclaimed from properties in the Burgundy region of France, an area almost as famous for its stone as for its wine. This is a very hard stone. Originally produced by splitting the stone into regular shapes rather than by sawing it. It was then finished by hand. The unique patina of the stone derives from the original natural beds in which the limestone formed, during the Jurassic period. more..
Antique Grey Barr shares many of the same qualities and history as its sister stone Antique Blonde Barr. Both stones come from the Languedoc region of France, the main difference being colour. Antique Grey Barr ranges from rich to palest grey with subtle undertones of golden beige. more..
These ancient stone floors originated from quarries in the Southern Hebron Mountains near Jerusalem. The stone was used for floors in public buildings, courtyards and private houses for many hundreds of years, beginning from Roman times. The quarries themselves have long since been closed and the stone is no longer produced. more..
Once again our Antique Jerusalem Stone is used to create the perfect oasis. Paired up with mosaic, the Antique Jerusalem surround and decking make a durable non-slip surface for the spa surround. more..
Parrefeuille tiles were used throughout southern France and are unusual in their rectangular, rather than square, shape. Paris Ceramics selects tiles from a particular area of Languedoc; they were made by hand and fired in wood-burning kilns, a practice which ceased in the nineteenth century. They were made from local earth, roughly sieved, giving them varied texture and beautiful pink and ochre tones. more..
Living up to its name, Mountain Black is available in the grandest of scale. Each tile measures approximately five square feet. Mountain Black varies in color from charcoal black to shades of night with highlight of autumn brown. more..
Four unique stones were used to form the geometric pattern. This custom design can be recreated or other geometric patterns can be fashioned using a wide range of stone from Paris Ceramics collection. more..
Custom carving is also a speciality of Paris Ceramics. This carved staircase was created through the collaboration of Architect, Designer and Paris Ceramics. more..
A metal tile system developed exclusively for Paris Ceramics has revolutionised luxury inishes for flooring and walling. Available in Copper, Brass and German Silver, these metal tiles have been carefully designed on marine ply substrates for ease of installation and to combine a variety of patterns. Available in briquettes and square pavers in a range of sizes, these metal tiles are great for floors, walls and more. more..
Truly a classic French limestone floor this stone has been used locally for centuries in France. Only with the introduction of modern cutting equipment have the qualities of this stone become more widely appreciated. A stone of light golden-brown tones on a cream (sometimes rose) background with occasional veining, this is the standard understated limestone to which all others are compared. Equally suited for traditional and modern design schemes, it is a designer’s favourite stone of choice. more..
Paris Ceramics had been searching for a readily available alternative to antique terracotta floors: a lengthy process of research and experimentation culminated in the floor now called Santa Rufina. more..
Smooth and fine-grained this politely understated hand-basin can lend itself to almost any interior. Light cream to smokey white this stone became an instant addition to our range of products after we bartered modern western machinery for payment. The versatility of White Bulgarian limestone is unrestricted: from acting as a blank canvas to set off modern furniture installation to having its corners clipped with contrasting cabochons for the most formal of settings. more..
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