George’s choice

George’s choice

A local firm welcomed celebrity architect and TV presenter George Clarke to two of their stores in March. George Clarke presents shows including Ugly House to Lovely Home, Old House New Home, and Amazing Spaces, and since 2018 has been the voice of Tile Choice TV and radio campaigns. George is also the founder of educational charity the Ministry of Building, Innovation and Education (MOBIE) which aims to inspire young people with an interest in architecture.

In March, George visited Tile Choice’s relocated Cannock store, which has been designed to make it easier for customers to visualise the look they want to create in the home. He then visited Tile Choice Bilston to speak with some of the company’s suppliers about the technology used in some of the industry’s innovative new products.

Lee Rudkin of Tile Choice says, “George’s wealth of experience in designing new homes, transforming existing houses or converting historic buildings is clear to see, but what shines through is his passion for design and architecture.

“The Midlands Air Ambulance Charity attended our trade day as our chosen charity, and George was interested to hear about the fantastic lifesaving missions which they undertake on a daily basis.”

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