When you hear the name Jeffrey Court, we bet that you are thinking about a beautiful English built house sitting in acres and acres of estate. Or a good looking villa bungalow next to the beach on some exotic post colonial island. Or a possibly plain looking apartment block on the West side of London. Believe it or not, whichever abode you have thought of, the Jeffrey Court Tiles will fit into any of them perfectly and that is not just a marketing line.
Just take a look at the collections and you will automatically put on an English accent just for the fun of it. While you are discussing your design ideas with your interior decorator and builder, you may use that English accent too just because you have chosen the high society name of Jeffrey Court. You may even win some petty arguments over which tile collection under Jeffrey Court is going to look better in which room.
Jeffrey Court Tiles have come up with different chapter names for all their collections. Spanning from Chapters 1 – 18, they cover quite a range of different textured tiles under different materials. There is even a Specialty collection too. Natural stone tiles are created in such a variety of ways under Jeffrey Court brand that you won’t be sure if you’re supposed to bawl your eyes crying or laughing, still using that fake English accent of course.
Some of the most stunning pieces of mosaics in glass are covered by these guys under the name Suite Glass in Chapter 1. This collection is very large that you can literally paste your fake English mansion with it in all the color variety available. Marble stone is covered under the Classic Statuario Chapter 15 and oh my in Chapter 14, you will see some multiple personality issue going on with the Duality collection, where cool smooth glass is married to natural stone.
With the aptly named Park Place collection in Chapter 16, you may totally use that fake English accent again in a New York high life setting because that’s where the inspiration from this came from. These are just some of the highlights of Jeffrey Court Tiles and please, do use that fake English accent correctly to give some credibility to Jeffrey Court tiles when you choose them. Cheerio!