The Stay Range of porcelain tiles from Minoli’s Contemporary Essentials Collection has been installed throughout the new Visitor Centre at Blenheim Palace.
His Grace The 11th Duke of Marlborough and Lady Henrietta visited Minoli’s Oxford showrooms in person to choose from the extensive ranges on display, with Clive Wilkins, the Estate’s Construction Manager.
The facility, which comprises a new retail area, dedicated visitor reception and stunning new café, was formally opened on 6th July by The Right Honourable David Cameron, Prime Minister and also MP for local constituency, Witney.
The Stay Range is available in a selection of sizes and three colours; Harbour – a light stone, Skyline – a subtle grey, and Downtown a richer, darker grey/brown, with both matt and polished finishes and a complementary textured decor tile.
The full Stay range is now in plentiful stock and available for order. More details can be found online at www.minoli.co.uk, in the new Minoli Contemporary Essentials brochure which is available upon request, or come and see them in person at Minoli’s Oxford distribution centre.
Managing Director, Jonathon Minoli commented, “We’re delighted to have been involved in such a prestigious development in our home county of Oxfordshire. High quality porcelain tiles, with so much variety of colour, size and finish, are proving ever more popular for both traditional and contemporary developments”.