Green for the conservatory and red for the hall. But why stop there when you could do your entire house. Plates from a Minton Tile/Minton Hollis and Company sales catalog. 1907.

Designs for ceramic mosaic pavements suitable for entrances, halls, vestibules, etc. Page 74. Plate 83.
Designs for ceramic mosaic pavements suitable for entrances, halls, vestibules, etc. Page 74. Plate 83. Collection of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Cc0 License 1.0. via https://archive.org/details/MintonTilesMintonHollinsCo.PatentTileWorksStokeUpon-trent/page/n73
Design of wall tiling with antique enamels, with hand-raised decoration. Suitable for public buildings, banks, hotels, restaurants, offices, etc. Page 48. Plate 76.
Design of wall tiling with antique enamels, with hand-raised decoration. Suitable for public buildings, banks, hotels, restaurants, offices, etc. Page 48. Plate 76. Collection of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Cc0 License 1.0. via https://archive.org/details/MintonTilesMintonHollinsCo.PatentTileWorksStokeUpon-trent/page/n47
Hand-raised outline friezes. Suitable for hearths, grate cheeks, furniture and wall tiling. Page 60. Plate 82.
Hand-raised outline friezes. Suitable for hearths, grate cheeks, furniture and wall tiling. Page 60. Plate 82. Collection of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Cc0 License 1.0. via Collection of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Cc0 License 1.0. via https://archive.org/details/MintonTilesMintonHollinsCo.PatentTileWorksStokeUpon-trent/page/n59
Ecclesiastical tiling. Page 68. Plate 86.
Ecclesiastical tiling. Page 68. Plate 86. Collection of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. Cc0 License 1.0. via https://archive.org/details/MintonTilesMintonHollinsCo.PatentTileWorksStokeUpon-trent/page/n67
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