plain tile

plain tile

A flat rectangular roofing tile of concrete or burnt clay; each tile has two projecting nibs for hanging the tile from battens.
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The official description is of 'a Carnegie Library of red brick with terracotta and stone dressings and a plain tile roof, built in 1905 to the designs of the Birmingham architect, John P Osborne.
The official description is of "a Carnegie Library of red brick with terracotta and stone dressings and a plain tile roof, built in 1905 to the designs of the Birmingham architect, John P Osborne."
To many, the combination of a plain tile and a decorative feature wall in a bathroom may be considered getting creative and rather brave, but it seems I'm not the only one to have caught the current bug for layering lots of detail.
"It was a nerve-wracking day as I had to demonstrate my skills, by re-setting a plain tile into a bonnet hip and a valley, nine other competitors were taking part and we were judged on the spot!" Managing Director at Hodgson Sayers, John Sayers, said: "I am delighted at Paul's success.
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Whether you go all out and cover each wall of the room for maximum impact, or go subtle with bold edging to a plain tile, Moroccaninspired design will instantly lift any room.
Styles vary to include single, two and three storey homes, built of the local limestone under plain tile or slate roofs Gutters and drainpipes are even of cast iron, more costly but traditional.