- Doors and Windows
- Floors and Tiles
Dear visitor,The products shown are just a small selection of more than 5,000 items.
Our showroom covers 3,000 sqm. In 45 furnished rooms you will find an exciting mix of styles and architectural objects.
The outside area covers ± 6.000 sqm, here you will find garden decoration, fences, columns and a wide selection of fountains and ideas for your garden.
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Ruth & Theo Evers, Antique building materials - Home & Garden - 9000m² Expo
From vision and inspiration to perfection.
In times of increasing standardisation man looks for a lifestyle full of character and soul. Respectfully using historical building materials always caters for surplus value. Theo and Ruth Evers advise you with competence and inspire you to creatively using these objects full of character.
The passion to preserve the most beautiful historical building materials Theo Evers, has for over 30 years been one of the main suppliers and an advisor of antique building materials. His vision: historical building materials combined with the modern lifestyle.
Creative Symbiosis between History and Modern
Inside the spacious exhibition rooms, 9000 sq.m., you will find an exciting mix of styles,
Exciting combination of antique and lifestyle.
As creative, inventive designers Theo & Ruth Evers find the balance between the past and the present, respecting the historical substance. Antique building materials render a timeless, inimitable charm to any interior, in any garden.
Diversity of the collection.
A visit to the Theo Evers showrooms is an inspiring event, leaving behind a deep impression. The collection of historical building materials is extremely extensive: inside and outside doors, windows, terracotta floors, ornamental tiles, bluestone floors, castle floors, wall tiles, floor boards and wood mosaic, timber-framed houses, wainscoting, fireplaces, staircases, sanitary ware, mirrors, lighting, leaded windows, garden ornaments,
gates and forging.
Theo & Ruth Evers - your experienced partners in using valuable architectonic objects.