Look at this!
I mean the tiles and not the feet. I believe that this type of tile is known as encaustic tiles. The pattern is made up by inlaying clays of different colours rather than by paint or glaze. They were first seen in churches and cathedrals during Medieval times and became hugely popular in the hallways of Victorian England. They appear to be enjoying a revival in this delightful cafe bar in London's West End.
The-Much-Beloved has an eye for architectural detail and is a great believer in snapping a record of features that please just in case we ever need them.
"Oh look at the lovely floor! I bet you'd want to sew that as a pattern"
Hmmm. Sounds like a challenge is that a gauntlet I hear hitting the encaustic tiles?
The tile here looks like a variant on the eight point star. I think it's do-able. How scary can half-square triangles and flying geese be?
Watch this space...