Keen readers of At Home Magazine will have seen our Direct Wood Flooring brand featured in this seasons copy of At Home with Sarah Beeny. Sarah knows a thing or two when it comes to interior design and how to make our homes look fabulous. Famed for her appearances on prime time TV shows including Channel 4’s Property Ladder, her property development skills proceed her – hence our excitement when asked to feature our Direct Wood Flooring brand in her latest copy.
Flying off the shelves at your local magazine outlets, At Home with Sarah Beeny is packed with this seasons hottest trends in interior design.
That’s where we come in!
Our Luxury Vinyl Tiles (LVT) are this seasons must have flooring range. LVT can be fitted virtually anywhere in your home, due to the robust nature of the flooring coupled with the versatility of its design. Providing the perfect solution for high-risk areas, it out performs any other flooring range when it comes to resistance to moisture and humidity.
From a design perspective, LVT are renowned for the ability to imitate high end flooring designs to an exacting standard. As a result, wood, tiles, stone and slate designs are among the favourites.
Take a peek at these beautiful lifestyles for inspiration:
This bathroom design looks beautiful with the Jerusalem Stone click vinyl tiles. The mottled effect creates the realistic look of marbled stone at a fraction of the cost. The individual tiles position in any design layout, which allows you to be as creative or uniform as you like. Additional feature strips are also available to create the look of grout if required.
These wood effect vinyl tiles are virtually impossible to tell apart from the real thing. Displaying the texture and grain of solid wood in a vinyl format, the attention to detail is exceptional. LVT boards are secured with a simple click lock mechanism, much alike to engineered woods and laminate. It’s a simple fixing method, meaning there’s no need for any adhesive as it’s fitted as a floating installation. You can see from this beautiful living area, each join is discrete with no gaps or rigid fittings.
The article also features one of our recent flooring trends to take the industry by storm – the wood flooring feature wall.
Initially making an appearance in our living rooms, recent trends have seen wood flooring feature walls in pop up everywhere. Adaptable to all home styles, a unique feature wall will look great in traditional settings as well as modern homes. Take a look at these flawless designs:
Structurally robust, durable and generally more visually pleasing, wood flooring walls are not only practical; providing additional insulation, but have the ability to elevate your home to the next level of interior design. Imitation wallpaper or painted walls just don’t have the same impact as real hardwood.
To find out more about the trends mentioned and read the article in full, head over the the at home magazine website or leave a comment at the end of this blog and one of our wood flooring experts will be sure to get back to you.