Author: Foxwood

Albian Wharf A.K.A The Wine Rack, Ipswich

As the long anticipated development of Albian Wharf, more commonly known to the people of Ipswich as ‘The Wine Rack’ starts to transform under the control of local construction company R.G Carter, Foxwood are delighted to announce their role in helping provide wall and floor tiles for the entire project.

Taking inspiration from the past

The new Carmen collection from Roca speaks to the past as well as the future. Its beautiful nostalgic design is based on a classic Roca collection from the 1940’s and has been launched to celebrate the company’s centenary.

Managing Africa’s highest mountain

Tom up Kilimanjaro

Tom our warehouse manager recently climbed Kilimanjaro, we are extremely proud of his achievement!

Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the tallest freestanding mountain on earth. Crowned with an everlasting snow-cap, this majestic mountain can be found inside the Kilimanjaro National Park of Tanzania.

Truestone shower trays now available

Truestone White Flush with Ground Side View

These beautifully handcrafted ultra-low slate trays are elegant in appearance and luxurious to touch.
With three finishes to choose from (White, Slate Black and Fossil Grey) these trays will bring an element of natural
beauty and a truly designer finish to your bathroom

Exciting new range now available

A delicious range of patterned tiles available in 5 colour ways. Whether you opt for the St Julien for a classic look or go more modern with our spinning wheel inspired Rouet selection these tiles will give a room a traditional look with a twist.

Totally Terrazzo – now available at Foxwood

Terrazzo pattern tile

One of the latest trends to hit the world of interiors is the resurgence of terrazzo – a speckled finish which is said to date back 8,000 years to the Venetians. As a cost-cutting measure, construction workers would take smashed marble chips and set them in clay rather than covering an entire floor in pricey marble.

GeeWizz launches a life changing SOS renovation project

A ‘life-changing’ renovation project supporting a 14-year-old Suffolk boy with Dravet Syndrome, autism and epilepsy has been officially launched thanks to a unique charity partnership with 25 local contractors.

The GeeWizz charitable foundation has brought together a team of building experts to provide an ‘SOS renovation’ project for Daniel Dellar from Kesgrave.

Daniel suffers from autism and Dravet Syndrome, a form of paediatric epilepsy, and can suffer multiple epileptic fits every day.