Posted 11th June

George Clarke revives Arts & Crafts building with Formica

11th June 2019 - 07:00am

A Formica Laminate was used to help create a couple's dream home, transforming their Arts & Crafts mansion in Moseley, Birmingham on George Clarke's Old House New Home on Channel 4.

Homeowner Gill and her partner Paul had a vision of their dream home – previously owned by Gill's father – converting it from nine separate flats back into a two-storey home.

To help realise their vision in the en-suite bathroom, the couple chose Formica Plex in Diamond Black for the sliding doors on the base of the sink to create a contemporary and sleek finish. Complemented by a marble top and black floor tiling, it helped to tie together a chic and timeless look.

Gill said: "I am very pleased with the outcome of our en-suite bathroom. The Diamond Black Formica Plex ties in nicely with the marble basin top and will look the same in years to come."


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