CTD Architectural Tiles Adds Flavour to New London Restaurant

Leading commercial tile supplier CTD Architectural Tiles has partnered with talented designer Natalie Weavers Interiors to create a tasteful design scheme for a new restaurant in London’s vibrant West End.

The new project will provide a second outlet for Lahpet, a popular restaurant offering authentic Burmese cuisine. The interior design scheme is naturally inviting, with light wood and concrete finishes complemented by the warm pink hues of the walls and the use of green foliage. The commercial tile package features options from the Tinteand Medley by Ergon ranges, and was devised to provide both aesthetic appeal and durability to meet the demands of a busy London restaurant.

The classic matt finish of the rectangular Tinte tiles gives the walls of the restaurant a striking textured feel and has been specified in shades of soft pink and dramatic black. The larger format, unglazed porcelain tiles in dark grey provide further contrast and interest to the broad wall areas. The floor of the restaurant has been styled using the Rock tiles from the Medley collection. As well as offering excellent slip-resistance, the stylish tiles offer a contemporary interpretation of a classic Venetian Terrazzo design.

With a proven track record of undertaking work in the hospitality sector, the specification team at CTD Architectural Tiles worked closely with interior commercial designer Natalie Weavers Interiors, providing both technical support and help with product selection.

To discuss how CTD Architectural Tiles can assist with your tile inspiration and specification for your next project, and to view our fill tile collections, please visit our website.

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