Sky Loft Westminster

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Brick Slips

In a distinctive and fashionable approach, Sky Loft in London’s iconic Millbank Tower have embraced the reclaimed brick tile trend. Our recently installed Barnstock slipped feature wall looks over the views of Londons iconic Skyline. With each Barnstock brick having its own individual character no two walls will ever be the same. As a result, Reclaimed Barnstock is one of our best sellers since it is not only realistic and aesthetically pleasing but also totally unique. Our Reclaimed Brick Slips have given Skyloft a real touch of rustic charm, which provides a great visual aspect. Each of our recycled Barnstock Brick tiles originate from various demolition projects, including historic structures and factory floors. The tiles were carefully picked to produce a cosy, welcoming ambiance that blends flawlessly with the loft’s contemporary interior design.

Now we know not everyone has a place as big as skyloft to fill. In actual fact a lot of our client projects are home renovations (take a look at our domestic case studies) but no matter how you use reclaimed brick tiles, they are sure to add a cozy and inviting atmosphere to any environment. With a little creativity and imagination, reclaimed brick tiles can be used to create a unique and stylish look that will be sure to make a big impression.

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Last updated 1st January 2022

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