...through cement tiles for the entry- and hallway in case we can't salvage the terrazzo that may still be hiding underneath the present dated and used tiles.
Autumn from De Tegel has got to be my favorite but would fit the 1930s style of the house: So we'll probaby go for something more geometrical (although Jugendstil) like these from Castelo:
The typical 30s style was more checker board pattern of 2 plain 10x10 tiles ranging from gray to brown-beige tones. But too much of a strecht from what we like...
I don't mind respecting some historical logic (that's why we wanted to go for tiles in the first place rather than the super sleek dark slate tiles you would see everywhere on this planet at the moment) but will not lay on the floor right before our eyes something I'd find depressing every day.
A fun thing to do on De Tegel website is to make your own colour combination on their patterns...I promise you won't be able to resist them.