Wood flooring can completely transform the look of your room. But what look would you love?
Cork? We’re set to see this material grace furniture, walls and accessories, bringing warmth, texture and a sixties edge to rooms. Used against a monochrome colour palette cork adds an extra layer of texture and interest which really works well in a room that needs to function as a practical working space.
Natural materials in all forms will be popular this year with the concept of bringing the outdoors in, staying on trend. Ceramics, hardwood floors, rattan and houseplants. People are looking to surround themselves with objects that ground a space and bring them back to nature, reviving a sense of balance to their lives.” That leafy plant in your living room could be doing you more good than you think!
Far more than a single colour, green brings the outdoors in. Versatile and vibrant, its fresh hues can be used in carpet, rugs or accents to organically pull colours from wood floors, fabrics, décor and more. This year, renew, revive and refresh your great indoors with inspiration from Mother Nature herself.
Carpet, with so many choices it is easy to get bogged down when choosing a carpet. Choosing the right carpet will ensure you get the look, feel and longevity throughout the home.
Wool has a natural warmth and resilience. It also helps moderate the humidity in the home. In particular, a wool mix carpet, referred to 80/20 as the name suggests 80% wool, for that soft feel and 20% synthetic material for durability. A wool mix carpet has a superior appearance retention meaning although it might cost a little more it is likely to look good for longer.
The main benefit of manmade fibres is they offer excellent stain resistance and are in some cases even bleach cleanable! With a stunning range of contemporary colours and some great value options they are ideal for anywhere in the home.