In the master bedroom, opt for a sumptuous wall-to-wall carpet that’s really soft underfoot.
A subtle, but eye-catching pattern in elegant grey will add instant glamour for that coveted hotel-chic look.
Patterned carpets look really contemporary if you opt for simple designs in modern colours, and will add warmth and depth to modern furnishings.
The Big Jute Collection is the new carpet range from cool brand Alternative Flooring. They call it the comfort food of carpeting as all the styles are named after foods, and is a stylish solution for those who want a natural wall-to-wall-carpet to look more contemporary.
Large format tiles work well in both contemporary and traditional settings. They’ll also help make a small space look larger especially if you opt for a tile in a lighter shade as light will reflect off the floor. They’re easy to keep clean c because of very few joints and grout lines. Pick a grout colour that is almost identical to the shade so that the overall look is seamless.
Mix and match
Add a quirky touch with unusual asymmetrical tiles. Use in a large space for maximum impact, and mix up different colour ways for a beautiful and bold floor.
Try laying contrasting, but co-ordinating, tiles to create a unique design – perfect for making an eye-catching bathtub the real focus in the bathroom.
These sandblasted and brushed tiles can be used indoors and outdoors – ideal for blending a living space that opens out onto a terrace.
These luxurious marble effect ceramic wall tiles are created using cutting edge HD Ultra Technology which produces an unmistakable finish so that even the smallest of details are captured and recreated on the tile.
Black and white tiled flooring never goes out of style, and looks stunning in an all white kitchen with bold accent colours. Choose tiles with a matt finish for a really modern look.
Art Deco influence
Taking inspiration from the Industrial Revolution and Art Deco eras, these hexagon shaped tiles are suitable for both walls and floors, so you can create an eye-catching scheme throughout a room. They’re frost proof so can be used outdoors.
Luxury riven slate effect tiles are perfect for creating an impression in a large open-plan space. Avoid using light coloured grouts on floors, particularly in areas of high traffic, as
These digitally printed porcelain tiles were inspired by the beauty of Brandy Crag Slate, which was an English slate founded in the Lake District in the 1820’s – they’ll look just as good on the bathroom walls as on the floor.
Made from sustainable European oak, this herringbone wood floor gives an authentic parquet look with a luxurious and rustic edge, creating a ‘modern country’ look, that works beautifully in traditional interiors.
Get the look of a beautiful old wooden floor without the hassle of doing all the prep youself. These oak planks have been scraped by hand to make them look reclaimed and worn and then had black stain applied.
Wood effect flooring
The latest inkjet technology means you can have wood, concrete and other effect flooring which has the look and feel of the authentic material, but with the added benefits and durability of porcelain.
The planks’ authentic wood grains make the look and feel of this laminate flooring very natural. They also have a unique water-repellent ‘HydroSeal’ coating which makes them extremely waterproof.
Stone effect flooring
Cushion vinyl flooring is easy to install, easy to maintain, hard-wearing and long-lasting. And with new manufacturing processes there are now plenty of contemporary styles and colours to choose from to get the perfect look in your kitchen.
With Moduleo’s new luxury vinyl formats you can create a completely bespoke floor in any room. Choose from various different shapes, all of which click together so they’re really to easy to fit, then mix and match different colour options.