Walk OnFlooring is an important part of any home, and each type has its own beneficial qualities. Browse through this selection of tiles, laminate, vinyl, carpet and wooden floors to help you on your way to choosing your own.
Expert advice Stella Coyle, National Retail Sales Manager,
Karndean Design Flooring. ‘Following the on-going popularity for upcycling in the home, we’re forecasting a trend towards reclaimed and repurposed materials, with limed, burnt, smoked and driftwood flooring designs. Whereas large planks will continue to be popular in large spaces in the home, slimline planks and smooth finishes are coming back in small and open plan spaces. ‘We all live busy lives, so there’s no time to worry about your floor…
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What type of flooring is being used in the heading photo here? is it a real wood or a laminate?
I’ve been reading about how real wood gets better over time here https://flooringmegastore.co.uk/handy-stuff/7-virtues-of-wood-flooring/ is it worth the investment, and how can I keep the room looking light with a dark wood floor?
It’s a type of vinyl board flooring.
Information on the image is as follows: Karndean Van Gogh Salvaged Redwood bears a unique and distinctive grain pattern over deep browns and hints of grey. The colour variation between each board brings this floor to life and makes it a focal point of any room. The vinyl floor is designed with extra-large boards which gives it a luxurious look.
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