Luxury living extends to every room

Tiles from Solus Ceramics add to the abundant character and elegant of a prestigious new housing development

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Asprey Park is a development of contemporary new housing in north west London, between Hendon and Mill Hill. This prestigious address comprises 55 one, two and three bed apartments spread over five buildings.

Designed by architect and developer City & Westminster Developments Ltd, Asprey Park has 41 unique variants of apartment and penthouse layouts, with bathroom tiles supplied by Solus Ceramics.

Set beside the serenely tree-lined Ashley Lane, the development boasts bespoke designed and landscaped communal areas and private underground parking.

Every care has been taken to yield the developer’s trademark standard of build. After an extensive design and research phase, all apartments and penthouses look and feel luxurious, and all materials, fixtures and fittings come with assured durability.

Solus Ceramics supplied wall and floor tiles for a number of family bathrooms, en suites and penthouse bathrooms across the entire development, providing distinctive material that possesses a modern style and a luxury appeal.

Two complementary colours were selected in a dark and light grey shade from the mottled, concrete effect Transcend range, and were specified in the classic 300x600mm format.

The tiles, alongside the high quality Italian sanitaryware, stylish fixtures and luxurious interior touches, make for an elegant and timeless design, ideally suited to the target market of the development.

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