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25 groovy London floors you need to see before you die

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Luke Abrahams
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Londoners, it's time to put on your finest walking shoes and go on a tile hunt – and yes, we're very serious. From former palatial mansions to world-class museums, here are the places where you'll find tiled and mosaic floors that might just make you scream. And look out for the shoes, which are just as groovy.

1. O2 Forum, Kentish Town

 

2. Bibendum, Kensington 

 

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3. Sketch, Mayfair

 

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4. Manchester Square, Marylebone 

 

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5. British Museum, Bloomsbury

 

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6. Royal College of Art, Kensington

 

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7. Belgravia

 

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8. Victoria & Albert Museum, South Kensington 

 

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9. Hispania, Lombard Street

 

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10. Aesop, Covent Garden

 

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11. The National Gallery, Trafalgar Square

 

12. Tate Britain, Millbank 

 

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13. Nunhead Green, SE15

 

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14. Rococo Chocolates, Marylebone 

 

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15. The Bank of England, Bank

 

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16. Cabana Brasilian Barbecue, Islington 

 

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17. Leighton House Museum, Holland Park

 

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18. Stanhope Gardens, Harringey 

 

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19. The Horniman, Hay's Galleria  

 

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20. Aubaine, Selfridges 

 

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21. Marylebone High Street

 

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22. Torrington Place, Bloomsbury

 

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23. Blackfoot, Camden

 

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24. Lima Floral, Garrick Street

 

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25. Duck & Waffle, Heron Tower

 

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Have you spotted any more groovy London floors? Let us know in the comments! 

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